Dallas Mavericks: Odds, how to watch, and more for game 29 at Raptors

Dallas Mavericks Kristaps Porzingis Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Glenn James/NBAE via Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Kristaps Porzingis Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Glenn James/NBAE via Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks face the Raptors in Toronto on Dec. 22. Here is a look at how fans can watch that game plus everything they need to know before tipoff.

The Dallas Mavericks have won two of their last three games. They defeated the Bucks in Milwaukee before losing to the Celtics in Dallas. The Mavs went to Philly and took down the Sixers in their last game. They accomplished it all without Luka Doncic in the lineup.

The wins are a testament to their depth, but they face another difficult test on Dec. 22. Luka is still out. The Mavericks have a battle against the Toronto Raptors in Canada. It will not be easy.

Here is a look at what fans need to know about that game.

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Start Time

Sunday’s contest begins at 3:30 p.m. ET or 2:30 p.m. local time in Dallas.

How to watch

Local Mavericks supporters can tune in to Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas to catch the game. Canadian viewers can watch on Sportsnet One.

Watch online

FuboTV provides the premier outlet for streaming the contest. They have local and out of market action all season.

Local fans can also catch it on Fox Sports Go. Everyone else can check out NBA League Pass.


The odds were not yet available courtesy of the Action Network. Fans can click the link for the latest updates, though.

Injury update

The Mavericks’ game notes have Luka Doncic out with his sprained ankle. Delon Wright (finger) and Seth Curry (back) are listed as probable. Expect them to be ready for Sunday’s game.

The NBA’s official injury report lists Marc Gasol (hamstring), Stanley Johnson (groin), Norman Powell (shoulder), Pascal Siakam (groin), and Matt Thomas (finger) as out. The Raptors will be extremely shorthanded when they take on the Mavs.

Be sure to check the news for any last-minute changes heading into the contest.

Storyline to follow: Keeping KP rolling

Kristaps Porzingis has stepped up in the absence of Luka Doncic. The 20-year-old star was hurt in the first two minutes against the Heat. Porzingis finished with 22 points and 14 rebounds in that game. He has produced over 22 points and 12 rebounds in each of the three contests without Doncic.

The Mavericks need another monster performance from the Unicorn against the Raptors. Toronto will likely rely on Serge Ibaka to keep Porzingis in check. That should be advantage Mavs. Hopefully, the 24-year-old stays hot and leads Dallas to a victory.

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Fans looking for more after the game should check back to The Smoking Cuban. We will have highlights, news, and opinions on the Dallas Mavericks all season long, so stay tuned.