The Dallas Mavericks have won two straight games, and they finally have everyone out of the health and safety protocols. Kristaps Porzingis hit the ground running in the team’s win over the Magic, and superstar Luka Doncic has scored 20-plus in six straight games.
The Mavs host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Jan. 17 in the third of four meetings this season. Dallas has won the first two convincingly, and they will be looking to stay hot as they hand Oklahoma City their seventh loss in their last eight games.
Mavericks supporters will not want to miss Monday night’s game, so here is a look at the odds, how to watch, and more.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: How to watch
Start time: 7:30 p.m. CT or 8:30 p.m. ET
How to watch: Bally Sports Southwest- Dallas (Mavericks local market), Bally Sports Oklahoma (Thunder’s local market)
Watch online: NBA League Pass
Dallas Mavericks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: Injury report
The Mavs had a clean injury report until Reggie Bullock was added on Monday afternoon as questionable with right knee soreness. His status will be worth monitoring as tipoff approaches.
The Thunder ruled out Kenrich Williams (health and safety) and Vit Krejci (ankle) along with putting Aleksej Pokusevski, Theo Maledon, and Isaiah Roby on assignment in the G League.
Fans should be sure to check social media just before tipoff for all the latest.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, the Mavericks are 11.5-point favorites as they host the Thunder. Dallas is minus-700 on the moneyline, and the contest has an over/under of 210.0.
The Mavericks over/under is 110.5, which they have surpassed in three of their last five games, but failed to do in their two previous meeting versus Oklahoma City.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder predictions
The Mavericks roll over the Thunder on Monday night, but a late OKC rally keeps them from covering the spread. Dallas wins by ten behind a 27-point triple-double from superstar Luka Doncic.
Kristaps Porzingis goes from 20 as Jalen Brunson chips in 18 to help the Mavs and the game go over on Jan. 17. Expect plenty of offense in Dallas on Monday night.
The Dallas Mavericks are in the thick of a five-game homestand, and they want nothing more than to stay hot against the Thunder, so please tune in and cheer them on.