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What to watch for in Mavericks vs. Heat on TNT

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The Dallas Mavericks returned home and defeated the Sacramento Kings on Halloween as superstar Luka Doncic sealed the victory with a logo 3-pointer that had the American Airlines Center buzzing.

The Mavs are back in action on Tuesday night as they host the Miami Heat in the first of a back-to-back set. It is a heavyweight fight to kick off November as the teams have won a combined nine of their first 12 contests this season.

Fans will not want to miss Tuesday’s game, and it can be seen as part of the TNT doubleheader that will feature the Inside the NBA crew. Here is a look at how and what to watch for on Nov. 2.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat: How to watch

Start time: Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. CT or 7:30 p.m. ET

How to watch: TNT (National), Bally Sports Southwest- Dallas (Mavs local market)

Watch online: TNT website

Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat: Injury updates

The Mavs will be without Maxi Kleber on Tuesday evening after he suffered a back injury in the team’s last game. Kristaps Porzingis is questionable on the NBA’s official injury report with a back injury that has caused him to miss the last three games.

The Heat ruled out Victor Oladipo (knee), Max Strus (knee), and Marcus Garrett (G League) for Tuesday’s game. Bam Adebayo is listed as questionable with a knee injury.

Fans should be sure to check Twitter just before tipoff for all the latest news plus updates on KP and Bam.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat storyline to watch: Luka vs. Butler

Jimmy Butler is fresh off winning the Eastern Conference Player of the Week as the Heat defeated the Magic, Nets, Hornets, and Grizzlies. The five-time All-Star is scoring over 25 per game and putting up impressive numbers.

Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic has not hit his stride, but he continues to score 20-plus a night and keep Dallas rolling. The Mavs will need a monster from number 77 if they are going to upset the Heat on Nov. 2, and fans should expect the 22-year-old to be up to the challenge. Butler will be guarding Luka plenty, but it won't matter as he puts up another incredible line.

Please tune in and enjoy the game on Tuesday night. Hopefully, Kristaps Porzingis returns, and the Dallas Mavericks can pick up their fifth win of the season. Do not miss it.

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