The Dallas Mavericks kick off another road trip in San Antonio against the Spurs on Feb. 26. Can they make it three wins against them this season?
The Spurs are going the other way. They have lost six of their last eight. San Antonio has also dropped both meetings against the Mavericks so far this season. The two teams square off one final time on March 10.
Here is everything fans need to know about the Feb. 26 contest.
Wednesday’s action gets underway at 8:30 p.m. ET or 7:30 local time in Dallas.
How to watch
Fox Sports Southwest is the way to watch the game in both local markets. Each team will have its own broadcast in their area.
Hulu Live remains the top option to stream the game in both local markets. National viewers can enjoy it on NBA League Pass.
Jalen Brunson (shoulder) and Dwight Powell (Achilles) are the only two players out for the Mavericks according to the NBA’s official injury report. Willie Cauley-Stein is questionable as he deals with a personal matter.
LaMarcus Aldridge is the only player injured player on the Spurs report. He will not play because of right shoulder soreness.
Things can change quickly, so be sure to check Twitter for the latest.
Storyline to follow: Doncic vs. DeRozan
In both meetings this season, Luka Doncic and DeMar DeRozan have topped their respective teams in scoring. In the opening matchup, Luka had 42 and DeRozan countered with 36. Round two also went to Doncic 24 to 21.
Both men will be the focal points of their offense on Wednesday night. Expect a wild shootout between the two All-Stars. The Spurs will need more scoring from DeRozan with Aldridge sidelined. It will be a fun back-and-forth battle between the two.
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