Everyone has to admit they'd wish they could run into their favorite celebrity or favorite sports player out in their city. Maybe you'd ask for a photo and confess your undying love for them (please don't) or maybe you'd be more chill with them and just make casual conversation while you both wait in line for a coffee. Either way, there are a few Dallas Mavericks spotting places in 2019 that you can find in this list.
With the Mavs practice facility being located near downtown, the players are occasionally seen out on the streets in the area.
They can be found driving to and from practice, grabbing a snack nearby or even taking photos with their giant wall murals outside.
The team was even recently spotted taking a giant group photo outside the front of their training facility. Imagine driving by and seeing every single player smiling and hanging out!
Who could live in the great city of Dallas and not want to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, especially at the stunning outdoor Trinity Grove across from the city?
Power forward Maxi Kleber posted a photo of the park by Margaret Hill Bridge and admired the beautiful view of the Dallas skyline here.
Dr. Pepper Ballpark Center
Of course, sports players would love to watch other sports games, especially in their home city! Power forward Dwight Powell posted a video recently of his trip to the Dr. Pepper Ballpark Center in Frisco to watch the game with fellow Mavs player Jalen Brunson.
He undoubtedly had some good views of the game during his visit. And the fans got a good view of Powell!
Bishop Arts District
The players love their fashion, and shopping is necessary to keep up their good looks. Small Forward Tim Hardaway Jr. was spotted shopping for some vintage looks in the Bishop Arts District this fall.
He and some other Mavericks frequent the area for the latest fashion picks.
Dallas Movie Theaters
Everyone still goes to the movies, even after they get famous. You can spot a Mavs player out with his friends or family at the movie theaters in the city, from the fancy iPic to one of the many Alamo Drafthouses across the Metroplex.
Point Guard JJ Barea posted an adorable photo of him and his family out to see the Lion King.
Multiple Mavericks have shared their community work in the DFW metroplex, from visiting charity events to planting trees at schools.
Small Forward Justin Jackson shared his experience planting trees for a community day at Dallas' F P Calliet Elementary School earlier this year.
Other players have recently posted their support with local community work, charity events, and basketball training camps for kids.