The Dallas Mavericks continue a pivotal stretch as they face the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night. They have split the first two meetings and are scheduled to match up twice over the next five days. Superstar Luka Doncic got some extra work in at practice on Saturday to be ready for the difficult matchup.
The Warriors will be without Draymond Green and have won just two of their last six games, but it is always difficult to defeat Stephen Curry and company, especially at the Chase Center. Do not be surprised to see a Doncic versus Curry scoring duel for the ages on Sunday night.
Fans cannot miss the battle between the Mavs and Warriors on Feb. 27, so here is a look at the odds, how to watch, and so much more on the contest.
Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors: How to watch
Start time: 6:30 p.m. CT or 7:30 p.m. ET
How to watch: ESPN (national), Bally Sports Southwest-Dallas (Mavericks local market), NBC Sports Bay Area (Warriors local market)
Watch online: Watch ESPN
Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors: Injury report
The Mavs will be without Tim Hardaway Jr. (foot) and Theo Pinson (finger) when they face the Warriors on Sunday night. Marquese Chriss is listed as doubtful with a knee injury, and Trey Burke (shoulder) and Frank Ntilikina (ankle) are questionable.
Golden State ruled out Draymond Green (back), Andre Iguodala (back), James Wiseman (knee), and Quinnday Weatherspoon (G League). Klay Thompson is questionable with an illness.
Fans must check social media before tipoff for updates on Burke, Chriss, Ntilikina, and Thompson, plus find out any late-breaking news on the contest.
Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, the Mavericks are 4.5-point underdogs in San Francisco for Sunday night’s game, and they sit at plus-150 on the moneyline. The over/under for the contest sits at 219.0 with Dallas having an over/under of 107.5.
The Mavs split their two meetings against the Warriors this season, but have not cracked 100 points in either matchup.
Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors predictions
Luka Doncic was frustrated by his poor shooting performance against the Jazz coming out of the All-Star break, and he struggled last time out against the Warriors. Expect the 22-year-old superstar to have some extra motivation on Sunday as he explodes for a 35-point triple-double to help the Mavericks upset the Dubs.
Stephen Curry will counter with a 30-point game of his own, but the Mavericks defense will step up in the second as the game goes under 219.0.
There will be plenty of excitement at the Chase Center on Sunday night, and fans won’t want to miss a second of the action, so be sure to tune in and enjoy.