Dallas Mavericks: How to watch the Mavs game 5 at Toronto Raptors

Dallas Mavericks Harrison Barnes (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Harrison Barnes (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks travel to matchup against the Toronto Raptors on Oct. 26, and here is how fans can watch this evening’s showdown.

The Dallas Mavericks face the Toronto Raptors on Friday night.  The Mavs are winless in their two road games this season and now face an undefeated Raptors squad.  It will be a difficult test, to say the least.

Fans will want to tune in to see Luka Doncic and Dennis Smith Jr. face one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.  All-Stars Kyle Lowry and Kawhi Leonard lead the Raptors this season.  The Mavs young duo will attempt to match them in this contest.

Here is how fans can watch the Oct. 26 matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and the Toronto Raptors in Canada.

Start Time

The Mavericks game inside the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto begins at 7:30 p.m. ET or 6:30 p.m. in Dallas.

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How to watch

The Mavs have their local viewing on Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas.  Fans in Toronto can watch on Sportsnet One.  There is no national television broadcast of tonight’s action.

Watch online

Fubo TV is a fantastic avenue to enjoy the game online.  They are offering NBA League Pass and provide outstanding streaming.

Fox Sports Go will also have the action for fans in Dallas’ market.  The Raptors local audience can watch on Sportsnet Now.

Storyline to follow- Possible return of Harrison Barnes

Harrison Barnes was upgraded to probable on the team’s official injury report on Thursday evening.  He is going to participate in Friday’s shootaround before making the determination on if he plays against the Raptors or not.  It would be Barnes’ first action of the season.

The questions are is he fully healthy? And will there be rust from not playing competitive basketball in so long?  Barnes will answer those questions tonight.  Expect him to play limited minutes if Barnes is active.

The Raptors Kawhi Leonard awaits Barnes this evening.  Leonard is one of the worst matchups for a scorer in the league, so Barnes will have his hands full if he plays on Oct. 26.

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Final thoughts

The Dallas Mavericks game against the Toronto Raptors is must-see action.  DeAndre Jordan is looking to make history.  Mavs leading scorer Harrison Barnes is likely making his season debut.  Plus, Luka Doncic figures to provide his usual dose of excitement.

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It should be a fun and entertaining affair, so please tune in and enjoy some Mavs basketball on your Friday evening.  For all the Mavericks opinions and analysis diehard fans crave, please check back with us at The Smoking Cuban.