Dallas Mavericks: Odds, how to watch, and more game 6 at Cavaliers

Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks are traveling to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers on Nov. 3. See the odds, how to watch, and more here.

Dallas Mavericks supporters should be ecstatic about the team’s start. They have won three games, but are two unfortunate calls away from undefeated. Last time out, the Mavs dropped a 119-100 overtime heartbreaker against the Lakers.

They have a chance to bounce back as the Mavs travel to Ohio to face the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs have won both of their home games this season, but have lost all three road affairs. The Mavs will be hungry for a victory as they enter a stretch of five games they should be favored to win on paper.

Here is everything fans need to know about Sunday’s contest between the Dallas Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Start Time

The game inside the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse begins at 7:30 p.m. ET or 6:30 p.m. local time in Dallas.

How to watch

Fox Sports has fans covered in both local markets on Sunday. The Mavs are back on Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas while the Cavs’ broadcast airs on Fox Sports Ohio.

Watch online

FuboTV has the game covered from multiple angles and provides a fantastic streaming option.

Fans can also watch online on Fox Sports Go or NBA League Pass.


The Mavericks opened as a five-point favorite on the road according to The Action Network. The line has shrunk to -4.5 as of this writing. It shows fans how much the Mavericks’ fortunes have changed. Dallas opened as the biggest favorite on Sunday’s NBA board on the road. The odds say it should be a comfortable Mavs win on Nov. 3.

Injury update

Maxi Kleber is a surprise listing on the Mavericks game notes injury report for Sunday. He is questionable with a sore right knee. Kleber is the only player mentioned.

Keep an eye on the status of Luka Doncic, though. He took a couple of shots to the head in Friday’s game. The Mavs will be cautious with their young star.

The Cavaliers have ruled out John Henson, Matthew Dellavedova, Dylan Windler, and Ante Zizic for Sunday’s game according to the official NBA injury report.

Fans should check the news just before tipoff for all the late breaking information.

Storyline to follow: Porzingis’ involvement

Coach Rick Carlisle and Kristaps Porzingis both noted after Friday’s game that the 7’3 big man needed to be more involved in the offense. Porzingis had just two points in the fourth quarter and overtime in the loss to the Lakers. He is too skilled for that to be the case.

Expect the Mavs to get KP involved early and often against the Cavaliers. He should be matching up against Kevin Love. KP dropped 32 points the last time they faced off in Cleveland. Expect a big game from the 24-year-old.

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Dallas Mavericks supporters should tune in and enjoy the contest. Hopefully, they secure a win before returning home to face the Orlando Magic. It should be a fun night.