American Airlines Center
Opening its doors to the public in 2001 as the new home for the Dallas Mavericks and the Dallas Stars, American Airlines Center is a major sports hub in the Dallas region. Located in the Victory Park neighborhood right near downtown Dallas, this venue is the perfect place to catch a game and see the Mavericks in action.
The beautiful architecture of this arena adds to the grandeur. The 144 luxury suites located inside showcase the importance of comfort within the confines of this space. Each box comes complete with a kitchen area featuring a refrigerator and ice maker, ideal for cocktails and other beverages. Granite countertops boost the ambience for the amazing catering spread offered by the venue. HDTVs in the suite ensure that your guests will be able to check out all the replays up close as well as access action from the other games around the league.
LuxuryVIPSuites.com has been lucky enough to partner with the suite owners at American Airlines Center to bring our clients these wonderful sporting events at the best prices in the marketplace. If you are looking to host a group in Dallas, contact LuxuryVIPSuites.com to take advantage of these excellent luxury suites. Whether private or professional, your experience will be one to remember. Call us today at 610-828-7407 for more information about hosting your next event at the American Airlines Center.
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Book a luxury suite for the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center
A hard working club based out of Dallas, the Mavericks first entered the NBA in 1980. Dick Motta, a former NBA champion head coach with the Washington Bullets would man the sidelines and whip this new club into professional shape. A first round draft pick’s refusal to join the team in 1980 led the Mavericks to acquire what would eventually become two staples of their franchise in Ronaldo Blackman and Sam Perkins.
Along with Mark Aquirre and Jay Vincent, the Mavs quickly became a contender and found themselves deep in the 1984 playoffs before being shown the exit by Magic Johnson and the Showtime Lakers. The 1980s were a great time for basketball in Dallas. While the Cowboys were struggling, Dallas fans could turn to their Mavericks to see a franchise on the rise.
The contender years in Dallas were tremendously entertaining, but like all good things it had to come to an end. The end of the 80s also spelled the end for Dallas as Mark Aguirre was traded to Detroit, 1st round pick Roy Tarpley encountered legal problems, and head coach John MacLeod was fired. Losing Sam Perkins to free agency only added to the mass exodus in Texas.
A period of rebuilding would see the Mavericks try to reinvent themselves over the course of the 90s. The arrival of Jason Kidd out of Cal with the 2nd overall pick in the 1994 draft seemed to signify a step in the right direction, but his first stint in Dallas was short-lived and he left for Phoenix after two seasons. In that deal, the Mavericks acquired Michael Finley who carried the team through some lean years. Some wheeling and dealing at the 1998 NBA Draft allowed the Mavericks to pick up Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns and get a 7 foot tall power forward out of Germany named Dirk Nowitzki. The face of the franchise for the next 21 years, Nowitzki rejuvenated the franchise and took them to new heights.
Once again reaching the status of a perennial contender, the Nowitzki led Mavericks reached the playoffs 15 times, with two appearances in the NBA Finals, including the franchise’s only championship, a 2011 victory over LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Nowitzki would retire at the end of the 2018-2019 season.
The current team is in transition, trying to establish an identity after Nowitzki’s departure. Via the NBA Draft, Dallas ended up with Luka Doncic (selected third overall), who they acquired in a trade with Atlanta. The Mavericks are very excited to develop Doncic into a star in this league. Rick Carlisle believes he could be a foundation piece for their franchise. There is a great wealth of talent in Dallas. The Mavs acquired rising star Tim Hardaway, Jr. from the New York Knicks via a mid-season trade last year. Kristaps Porzingis missed all of last season with an ACL injury, but signed a five year extension worth $158 million to stay in Dallas and is back out on the court healthy this year. Dwight Powell, Dorian Finney-Smith, and Max Kleber also signed extensions. Free agent Seth Curry joined the fold this year, choosing Dallas as his new home to the tune of four years and $32 million.
Former greats of this franchise include Sam Perkins, Steve Nash, Brad Davis, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry, Michael Finley, Derek Harper, Rolando Blackman, Mark Aguirre, and Dirk Nowitzki. For more information about the Dallas Mavericks click here.
If you own a Dallas Mavericks suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.
This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Dallas Mavericks game should go unused.
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