If you are looking for ways to spend your cryptocurrency, look no further than buying tickets for Dallas Mavericks games during the 2021-22 NBA season as owner Mark Cuban announced back in March that the organization and team will be accepting cryptocurrencies as a means of payment.
While you use your Bitcoin or Dogecoin or just your quarters to get into Mavs games, maybe you will run into Cuban himself and be able to pitch him an insane invention idea that he will help you make seeing as people know him for being one of the “sharks” on ABC’s Shark Tank!
Aside from cryptocurrencies and invention ideas though, the main reason fans of the Mavs are going to want to go to a Dallas Mavericks game this upcoming season is to see them play basketball in hopes that they can once again be a contending team in the Western Conference. The last two years, they have made the playoffs only to be sent home in the first-round by the Clippers, so will the Mavs be able to actually advance further in the postseason this year and hopefully not run into the Clippers?
This offseason, the Mavericks made a handful of moves in attempts to make their roster better by signing Reggie Bullock from the Knicks and Sterling Brown from the Rockets, but they also made moves to re-sign Tim Hardaway Jr. to a new four-year deal and Boban Marjanovic to a two-year deal.
Overall, this Dallas roster looks very similar to that of last year’s squad, but Bullock will supply them with some added shooting on the perimeter and they have a 22-year-old who is the leader of their team. We will talk more about Luka Doncic shortly, but the 2021-22 season has a chance to be his best yet since entering the NBA in 2018.
Dallas is looking to get back to being one of the more dominant teams in the entire league, not just the Western Conference, but their lack of overall talent next to Doncic could wind up hurting them. This is going to be a “make-or-break” year for Kristaps Porzingis as the Mavs’ “second-star” next to Luka Doncic and if he does not produce, then Dallas could be in the same boat as they were last year.
All-in-all, we play a season for a reason and since we have no idea what is going to transpire in each of the 82 regular season games that the Mavericks play this year, all we can do is make some early bold predictions on how the Dallas Mavericks will fare during the 2021-22 season.