Dallas Mavericks: Odds, how to watch, and more game 7 vs. Magic
By Tyler Watts
The Dallas Mavericks return home to face the Orlando Magic on Nov. 6. It will be a special night. See the odds, how to watch, and more here.
Dallas Mavericks fans are ecstatic about the team’s start. They have won four of their first six games. The Mavs are also proving they can play with any team and will be a force in the Western Conference this season.
Nov. 6 is going to be a special night. The Mavs are hosting their annual Seats for Soldiers game when the Orlando Magic come to town. The event honoring veterans is always one of the best games of the season. The team has a bit of extra motivation too.
Here is everything fans need to know before watching the Dallas Mavericks versus the Orlando Magic.
Wednesday’s contest inside the American Airlines Center begins at 7:30 p.m. local time in Dallas or 8:30 p.m. ET.
How to watch
Fox Sports Southwest- Dallas is once again the place for local Mavs supporters to watch the game. Fans in Orlando can tune into Fox Sports Florida.
FuboTV should provide a streaming option for all tonight because they have both local and out of market games all season.
Local viewers can stream the game on Fox Sports Go too. Others can catch it on NBA League Pass.
The Mavericks opened at -6.5 according to The Action Network. That number has risen to -7.5 as of this writing. The Magic playing on the second night of a back-to-back impacts the odds. Dallas is expected to win handily this evening.
According to the Mavericks game notes injury report, Maxi Kleber is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game with a knee contusion. He missed their win over the Cavs on Sunday. Coach Carlisle reported he went through practice on Tuesday. Supporters will have to check on his status closer to tipoff.
Mo Bamba will be out for the Magic as they rest him on the second of a back-to-back. Orlando looks to be healthy and ready for action otherwise.
Be sure to check the news just before tipoff for any late-breaking information on either team.
Storyline to follow: Can Luka make it three straight?
Luka Doncic has produced two straight triple-doubles. In each, he had at least 29 points, 13 rebounds, and 15 assists. Can the 20-year-old star continue that production against the Magic?
Orlando will likely use Jonathan Isaac to try to stop Luka. The 22-year-old has length, but no player can slow Doncic if he remains hot. The Mavs star needs at least 13 assists and eight rebounds to be averaging a triple-double for the season. Consider it a possibility against the Magic.
Dallas Mavericks supporters should be locked in on the game. The team has a chance to win their fifth game of the young season. That would place them firmly in the top-four in the West. The Mavs have the schedule advantage too. Hopefully, they can secure a victory and give fans plenty to cheer about on Nov. 6.