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It is possible to watch Dallas Mavericks games live online or on TV without an expensive Cable TV package. Usually these games are on Fox Sports Southwest, but that may change depending on schedule, type of game or national interest.

Live Streaming Dallas Mavericks Games

The Dallas Mavericks play most of their games on Fox Sports Southwest, a regional sports network. Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) are not common on streaming services, but when they do exist they are usually only available for an additional fee.

Here are the live streaming services that carry Fox Sports Southwest:

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There may be an extra fee on top of the regular plan price to receive this channel.

Using NBA.tv

The NBA also has NBA.tv, which live streams all out-of-market games for all teams. Unfortunately, Dallas Mavericks games on here are subject to blackouts if you are within what is considered the team's 'home region'.

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If you find yourself trying to watch a game on NBA.tv that is blacked out, you will need a VPN to mask your location.

Removing Local Blackout Restrictions

If the NBA attempts to blackout live streaming of Dallas Mavericks games due to you being within the their home viewing area, use a VPN to get around it.

By using a VPN, or virtual private network, your home's exact location is masked. Teams then cannot determine if you are within their blackout 'range', thus allowing you to watch whatever sports team you want.

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Our favorite VPN service — and one of the most respected — is NordVPN. I recently switched to NordVPN, which is the most trusted VPN service anywhere. I can vouch that they work for this exact use-case because I've done it.

A VPN hides where you actually are on the internet. After purchasing their service, you get an IP address that is registered from some far-away place (think Germany, Italy or Seattle), and that IP is either entered into your home internet router or via their downloaded 'VPN app' on whatever device you plan on watching sports on (phone, TV, tablet, etc). This IP address acts as a disguise to the various major sports teams that attempt to 'blackout' their streaming services for those of us that can simply watch it on our TVs or computers.

Are VPNs Legal?

When used for watching TV and your local sports teams, VPNs are not illegal and anyone can use a VPN service to watch sports without fear of the police coming knocking at your door. The act of surfing the web or streaming shows through another IP is completely legal, and is something even the largest companies in the world do all the time. However, if you hide behind a VPN service to perform illegal activities, then you're of course violating the law - and we would never condone that.

DALLAS – The Dallas Mavericks announced their 2019-20 local television schedule today, which includes 76 regular-season games on FOX Sports Southwest and one on Texas 21.

FOX Sports Southwest’s coverage of the 2019-20 season tips off on Oct. 23 at 7:30 pm CT, as the Mavericks take on the Washington Wizards at American Airlines Center. The network will also include a 60-minute Mavs Live pregame show at 6:30 pm CT.

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FOX Sports Southwest will carry three of Dallas’ matchups with the new look Los Angeles Lakers (Dec. 1, Dec. 29, Jan. 10) and three with the Los Angeles Clippers (Nov. 26, Jan. 21, Mar. 16). In addition, they will air both games with the World Champion Toronto Raptors on Nov. 16 and Dec. 22.

The network will also feature the Mavericks’ three showdowns with the Golden State Warriors (Nov. 20, Dec. 28, Jan. 14), and the team’s four matchups with Russell Westbrook, James Harden and the Houston Rockets (Nov. 24, Jan. 31, Mar. 23, Apr. 7).

The lone Texas 21 broadcast is on Dec. 20 at Philadelphia.

Additionally, all Mavericks games televised on FOX Sports Southwest will be streamed on the FOX Sports GO app. FOX Sports GO is currently available on mobile and tablet devices, including iOS and Android as well as foxsportsgo.com. FOX Sports GO is also available on connected devices including, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku Players and Roku TV, and Xbox One. Fans can download the app for free from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon App Store, Roku App Store, XBOX One App Store and Windows App Store.

Mark Followill returns for his 15th season as television play-by-play announcer for all telecasts. Former Maverick great Derek Harper is back for his ninth season on the telecast as the team’s color commentator, while Jeff “Skin” Wade enters his 11th season as an analyst. FOX Sports Southwest’s comprehensive coverage includes Mavs Live pregame and postgame shows, as well as a bi-weekly Mavericks Insider magazine show.

All of the regular-season games can be heard on ESPN 103.3 FM and in Spanish on Univision Deportes (1270 AM).

For more information on full season, half and mini packages, call 214.747.MAVS for the best available seating and ticket plans at American Airlines Center.