Mavericks at Thunder prediction, odds, how to watch

Dallas Mavericks, Kristaps Porzingis
Dallas Mavericks, Kristaps Porzingis / Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Mavericks are on the road to face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday evening, and they will do it without superstar Luka Doncic. The 22-year-old aggravated his ankle injury on Friday night and has already been ruled out.

Oklahoma City has won two of their three games after snapping an eight-game losing streak. They are 8-17 on the season and near the bottom of the Western Conference., but the Thunder have a young, energetic team that will cause the Mavericks problems.

Fans will not want to miss Sunday night’s game, so here is a look at how to watch, the odds, and more.

Dallas Mavericks at Oklahoma City Thunder: How to watch

Start time: 6:00 p.m. CT or 7:00 p.m. ET

How to watch: Bally Sports Southwest- Dallas (Mavs local market), Bally Sports Oklahoma (Thunder’s local market)

Watch online: NBA League Pass

Dallas Mavericks at Oklahoma City Thunder: Injury report

The Mavs are without Luka Doncic (ankle) and Willie Cauley-Stein (personal) on Dec. 12. They also listed Sterling Brown as questionable on the NBA’s official injury report with foot soreness that has cost him three straight games.

The Thunder are healthy on Sunday night and have a clean injury report.

Fans should be sure to check social media just before tipoff for any late-breaking news and updates on the status of Sterling Brown.

Dallas Mavericks at Oklahoma City Thunder odds, spread, over/under

According to WynnBet, the Mavs are 4.5-point favorites over the Thunder, even without superstar Luka Doncic. They are minus-190 on the moneyline, and the contest has an over/under of 209.5.

The Mavericks over/under is 106.5 on Sunday night. They have scored over 100 points just once in four games without Luka Doncic this season and have not topped 106 without their superstar.

Dallas Mavericks at Oklahoma City Thunder predictions

The Mavs are struggling right now, and they have not won a game without Luka Doncic in the lineup this season, but that changes on Dec. 12. Dallas grinds out a low-scoring win over the rebuilding Thunder in Oklahoma City in a game that goes under 209.5 points.

Jalen Brunson finishes with 18 points and ten assists as Kristaps Porzingis leads the Mavericks with 25 points on Sunday night.

Can the Dallas Mavericks get their first win of the season without Luka Doncic? Be sure to tune in and find out on Dec. 12.

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