Dallas Mavericks: How to watch game 13 at Chicago Bulls

Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks travel to Chicago to face the Bulls on Monday, Nov. 12.  Here is how fans can watch the Mavs final meeting with the Bulls this season.

The Dallas Mavericks are still searching for their first road victory of the year.  They have lost their first six games away from American Airlines Center including two defeats by 15 or more points.

Monday evening in Chicago represents a fantastic opportunity to break the losing streak.  The Mavericks have won two of their last three games including perhaps the team’s best game of the season on Saturday against the Thunder.  Monday’s opponent, the Chicago Bulls, have four wins in 13 tries this season and are projected to be a lottery team when the draft rolls around.

The Mavs are facing the Bulls for the final time this regular season tonight.  Dallas won the first meeting 115-109 on Oct. 22 behind a strong 16 points and 18 rebounds double-double from DeAndre Jordan.  Sweeping the season series is on the Mavericks’ minds.

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Let us take a look at how fans can watch the Nov. 12 game between the visiting Dallas Mavericks and the Chicago Bulls.

Start Time

Monday’s game at the United Center in Chicago starts at 8:00 p.m. ET or 7:00 p.m. local time in both cities.

How to watch

The local television broadcasts are the way to see tonight’s game.  Fans in Texas can watch on Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas.  Chicago viewers can tune in to NBC Sports Chicago to fulfill their desires.

Watch online

Fubo TV brings a superb option for online viewing because it features both NBA League Pass and all the networks fans crave.

Mavericks supporters can also stream locally on Fox Sports Go.

The NBC Sports app should also have the game for anyone in Chicago’s market.

Scoring lines to follow-Luka Doncic vs. Zach LaVine

There are 27 players in the NBA averaging over 20 points a game on Nov. 12.  Two of the more surprising names on that list may be Luka Doncic and Zach LaVine.  Doncic is the only rookie that qualifies.  LaVine is in his fifth NBA season and has never averaged more than 18.9 points per game.  That makes his 27.2 and top-five scoring status that much more improbable.

Both are their team’s number one scoring options.  The Bulls love to feed the ball to LaVine and watch him shoot.  Dallas takes a bit of a different approach spreading the ball around, but Doncic continues to produce 20-plus point games.

LaVine outscored Luka 34 to 19 in the first meeting this season.  The Slovenian will be looking to match the Bulls guard tonight.  Keep an eye on which man scores more during the faceoff.

Final thoughts

Fans should tune in as the Dallas Mavericks go for their third win in the last four games.  The Mavs are playing improved basketball recently, and the future looks incredibly bright.  Luka Doncic continues to improve both his conditioning and on-court play each game.  That is a scary thought for the rest of the NBA.

DeAndre Jordan should also be in line for a massive performance against the Bulls.  Chicago starts rookie Wendell Carter Jr. at the five, and Jordan is a difficult matchup for the 19-year-old.  Expect a double-double from DJ, but his interior defense may be the key to a Mavericks victory tonight.

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