Dallas Mavericks: Odds, how to watch, and more game 10 at Celtics

Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo By Christopher Evans/Digital First Media/Boston Herald via Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo By Christopher Evans/Digital First Media/Boston Herald via Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks travel to Boston to face the Celtics on Nov. 11. Here are the odds, how to watch, and more for that contest.

The Dallas Mavericks play one of Monday’s two marquee NBA games. They are on the road against the Boston Celtics to kick off an NBA TV doubleheader. The Clippers and Raptors face off in game two.

The Mavs are undefeated in four tries on the road this season. Boston has won all three games in their home arena, so something has to give on Nov. 11.

Luka Doncic will be leading the Mavericks into the TD Garden. That is always a difficult place to grab a win. The one-loss Celtics are running hot. It will be another test for Dallas.

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Here is everything fans need to know about the showdown between the Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics.

Start Time

Monday’s contest inside the TD Garden begins at 6:30 p.m. local time in Dallas or 7:30 p.m. ET.

How to watch

This game was recently switched to be a national broadcast on NBA TV. Local fans can still watch on Fox Sports Southwest, though. Boston viewers can enjoy the showdown on NBC Sports Boston.

Watch online

FuboTV provides a fantastic outlet to stream the game. They have local and out of market NBA games all season long.

Dallas viewers can watch on Fox Sports Go. The NBC Sports App will have the game in the Boston market. Fans can also check out NBA League Pass.


The Dallas Mavericks opened a three-point underdog on the road courtesy of the Action Network. That number has risen to -3.5 in favor of the Celtics as of this writing. Boston has won seven of eight on the season, so it should be no surprise.

Injury update

The Mavericks game notes did not list an injury report. The team is coming off a back-to-back set and took Sunday off as they traveled to Boston. Be on the lookout for updates on Monday.

The Celtics have two players listed on the NBA’s official injury report. Gordon Hayward is out with a broken hand. Enes Kanter is listed as questionable with a knee injury. The Celtics big man has missed seven straight games.

Fans should check the news just before tipoff for the late-breaking info.

Storyline to follow: Luka going off

The Dallas Mavericks are going to rely on their superstar Luka Doncic in a tough road game. The Celtics will counter will stout defense. They are currently fifth in defensive rating and have both Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart as potential matchups on Doncic.

The Mavs are first in offensive rating through nine games. Luka leading the charge is a massive reason. The contributions from Kristaps Porzingis and the supporting cast have mattered too.

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It should be an exciting showdown between two of the NBA’s best teams in the early going. Mavericks fans should tune in and enjoy the fun.