The Dallas Mavericks wrap up their season series against the Sacramento Kings on March 5 with the fourth and final meeting. Luka Doncic and company have won two of the first three and will be looking to secure the season series on Sunday afternoon in a 4:00 p.m. CT tipoff.
The Kings have won two of their last three games after snapping a four-game losing streak. Domantas Sabonis, De’Aaron Fox, and Harrison Barnes are a formidable trio that can be difficult to slow down. Expect an exciting game between the Mavericks and Kings on March 5.
Fans won’t want to miss it, so here is a look at the odds, how to watch, and more on Sunday’s contest.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings: How to watch
Start time: 4:00 p.m. CT or 5:00 p.m. ET
How to watch: Bally Sports Southwest Dallas (Mavericks local market), NBC Sports California (Kings local market)
Watch online: NBA League Pass
Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings: Injury report
Superstar Luka Doncic popped up on the injury report as questionable with a toe injury. Fans will be watching his status closely as Sterling Brown (illness) and Trey Burke (shoulder) are also questionable. Tim Hardaway Jr. (foot), Maxi Kleber (ankle), Marquese Chriss (knee), and Theo Pinson (finger) were ruled out for Sunday’s game.
The Kings listed Richaun Holmes as questionable with back soreness, and Terence Davis as out with a wrist injury. They are the only two Kings listed on the official injury report.
Fans should be sure to check social media for the latest on Luka, Brown, Burke, and Holmes, plus any late-breaking information.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, the Mavericks are 7.5-point favorites as they host the Sacramento Kings on Sunday evening. They are minus-350 on the moneyline, and the game has an over/under of 221.5.
Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings predictions
The Mavs will be shorthanded on Sunday evening, but it won’t matter. Expect Luka Doncic to play and produce another 30-point triple-double as Dallas grabs their fourth straight win. Jalen Brunson and Spencer Dinwiddie each score 15-plus and have five dimes in the win.
Expect Domantas Sabonis to have a 25-point double-double for the Kings, but the Mavs’ stout defense stiffs in the second half to lift them to victory. Harrison Barnes also drops 20 points against his former team.
The Dallas Mavericks are in the middle of a four-game homestand, and fans do not want to miss a contest right now as Luka Doncic may be the hottest player on the planet. Be sure to tune in on Sunday night to see how Luka and the Mavs fare against the Kings.