In their first home game since Veterans Day, the Dallas Mavericks are making sure to honor those who have fought and put everything on the line for this nation.
Dallas has decided to give 120 wounded soldiers courtside tickets for Wednesday’s game against the Utah Jazz. Said tickets will also include a four-course meal.
It's one of our favorite games of the year…Seats for Soldiers! We are honored to have our veterans sitting courtside! Tipoff vs the Jazz set for 7:30PM CT, doors open at 6PM & you can catch the broadcasts on @FoxSportsSW, @1033fmESPN & AM 1270 KLFC!
— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) November 14, 2018
“annual Seats for Soldiers night is a reminder that we don’t get to enjoy the game we love without the incredible sacrifices our soldiers make,” owner Mark Cuban told TMZ Sports.
This past Sunday saw the NFL raise millions for the military on social media. The league also honored veterans on the field prior to and during games.
We’ve seen the same take place around the NBA. But it’s really cool of the Mavericks to give away tickets that are always in high demand.