Is Kyrie Irving playing tonight? Latest injury updates Mavericks vs. Grizzlies, March 13
Dallas Mavericks star Kyrie Irving missed Saturday’s loss to the Memphis Grizzlies with a right foot injury. He suffered the injury on March 8 in a game against the Pelicans, and the discomfort was too much for Kyrie to play in Memphis.
Luka Doncic has already been ruled out for Monday’s rematch against the Grizzlies. Both teams will be shorthanded on March 13, but can Dallas take advantage at the American Airlines Center?
Will Kyrie play on Monday night? What should fans expect as the Mavericks host Memphis? Here is a look at the latest and what is ahead.
Will Kyrie Irving play in Dallas Mavericks vs. Memphis Grizzlies on March 13?
Irving is officially out for Monday’s game with right foot soreness. He was questionable, but the Mavericks again ruled him out just before tipoff. It will be the second straight game Kyrie has missed.
Dallas Mavericks' full injury report vs. Memphis Grizzlies on March 13
Luka Doncic (thigh) and A.J. Lawson (G League) join Kyrie Irving as out for the Mavericks on Monday. Christian Wood was also a late scratch with right foot soreness.
The Grizzlies will be without Ja Morant (not with team), Steven Adams (knee), Brandon Clarke (Achilles), Jake LaRavia (back), and Vince Williams Jr. (shoulder) for the March 13 showdown in Dallas.
Kyrie Irving's injury history
Irving missed his second game with the Mavericks on Saturday night in Memphis, and March 13 will be his third. The 30-year-old point guard has missed a ton of games in recent years, so this foot injury is a bit concerning. All MFFLs can do is wait for updates.
Will Kyrie Irving pair with Luka Doncic tonight?
Luka is out for Monday’s game, so Dallas is without both superstars again. Th next chance for both to play will be Wednesday night in San Antonio against the Spurs.
Dallas Mavericks' next 5 opponents
The Mavericks play eight of their next 11 games on the road, including crucial contests in Memphis, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Miami, and Atlanta. Dallas will be doing plenty of traveling, and there are zero easy wins over their final 14 games. Here is a look at the team’s next five tilts after Monday night.
Wednesday, March 15 at San Antonio Spurs at 7:30 p.m. CT
Friday, March 17 at Los Angeles Lakers at 9:30 p.m. CT
Monday, March 20 at Memphis Grizzlies at 7:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday, March 22 vs Golden State Warriors at 6:30 p.m. CT
Friday, March 24 vs Charlotte Hornets at 7:30 p.m. CT