Dallas Mavericks: Odds, how to watch, and more for game 40 at Warriors

The Dallas Mavericks hit the road for a game against the Golden State Warriors on Jan. 14. Here is a peek at how to watch, the odds, and more.

The Dallas Mavericks finished their six-game homestand with only three wins, but they appeared to get back on track in the last game. The Mavs dominated the second half and took out the Sixers.

They head on the road to take on the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday evening. The Warriors have been hit hard by injuries, but D’Angelo Russell and Draymond Green will make life difficult on the Mavericks.

Here is everything fans need to know about the game.

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Start Time

Tuesday’s contest begins at 10:30 p.m. ET or 9:30 local time in Dallas.

How to watch

The national TV audience is back as the game airs on NBA TV. Local fans can still watch on Fox Sports Southwest-Dallas. Supporters in the Warriors market should tune in to NBC Sports Bay Area.

Watch online

Local Dallas fans can stream the game on Hulu Live or Fox Sports Go. Fubo.tv features NBA TV making it the route to go for other fans looking to watch the action.


Injury update

Kristaps Porzingis is questionable to play against the Warriors with his knee injury. Here is what Brad Townsend noted after Monday’s practice.

Ryan Broekhoff (leg) is out for Dallas.

The NBA’s official injury report lists Stephen Curry (hand), Klay Thompson (knee), and Kevon Looney (abdominal) as out. Jordan Poole is questionable with an ankle injury.

Mavericks supporters should be on the lookout for Porzingis updates right up until tipoff.

Storyline to follow: Luka dominates the Dubs

Luka Doncic has absolutely destroyed the Warriors so far this season. Tuesday will be the third meeting. In the first two, Doncic has produced a 32-plus point triple-double in each. He is averaging 33.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, and 13.0 assists against the Dubs this season. The Mavericks have also won both games by wide margins.

Can Doncic keep up that incredible play against the Warriors? It is not 100 percent certain, but he has carved them up twice. Expect him to make it three on Jan. 14.

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