Dallas Mavericks: How to watch game 21 vs. LA Clippers

Dallas Mavericks Dennis Smith Jr. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Dennis Smith Jr. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks return home to face the Clippers on Dec. 2 in a matchup of breakout players in Mavs rookie Luka Doncic and LAC forward Tobias Harris.

The Dallas Mavericks kick off the month of December with a home game against the LA Clippers. Both teams have been surprising standouts this year. The Mavs are 10-10 on the young season and pushing for a playoff spot in the deep Western Conference.

The Clippers have the West’s best record at 15-6 so far. They are an impressive 9-1 at the Staples Center, but just 6-5 on the road this year. Still, most experts predicted the Clippers to be on the outside looking in at the playoffs, so having the best record through 21 games is quite an accomplishment.

Here is how fans can watch the battle between the Dallas Mavericks and the LA Clippers on Dec. 2.

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Start Time

Sunday’s game inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas begins at 7:00 p.m. ET or 6:00 p.m. local Texas time.

How to watch

Local Fox Sports broadcasts are the only way to watch this matchup. The Mavericks are on Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas, and in Los Angeles fans can view the game on Fox Sports Prime Ticket.

Watch online

Fubo TV remains the best outlet to stream the game online because it features both NBA League Pass and all your favorite networks.

Local Mavs fans can also watch Sunday’s game online through the Fox Sports app.

Storyline to follow- Doncic vs. Harris

Mavericks fans know about the immediate impact Luka Doncic has made in the NBA, but Clippers forward Tobias Harris may be the breakout player of the year. Harris is averaging 21.7 points per game to the lead the Clippers on 52.8 percent shooting from the field and 44.0 percent on 3-pointers. LA is feeding him the ball, and Harris is delivering.

He has taken a slow and steady trajectory toward reaching elite status. Harris has played for four teams in his eight NBA seasons. He began as a bench role player before working his way into the starting five, and now he’s become the focal point on the Clippers.

It will be interesting to watch how both Harris and Doncic perform the rest of the season. Do they continue to improve or is some regression in store? Only time will answer that question, but the two men are off to outstanding starts a quarter of the way through the season.

Final thoughts

The Dallas Mavericks face the Clippers in a crucial game in the loaded Western Conference. The Mavs sit tenth in the standings. Only five and a half games separate the top-seeded Clippers and the San Antonio Spurs in 14th. That increases the importance level of every matchup for teams hunting for a playoff position.

The Clippers are starting their own exciting rookie in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. The former Kentucky point guard is an emerging NBA talent. He should draw the assignment of Dennis Smith Jr. plenty this evening. It will be a pleasure watching those two young point guard mix it up.

It is also DeAndre Jordan’s first game against his former team. Expect that to be talked about plenty during Sunday’s broadcast.

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