The Dallas Mavericks will be on the road Sunday taking the court against the Lakers at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The Mavericks will be looking for a third consecutive win after beating the Warriors 141-121 in San Francisco on Saturday. The Lakers will be looking for back-to-back wins following a 128-120 win against the Blazers in Portland on Saturday night.
The Dallas Mavericks are now 21-10 on the season following a 141-121 win against the Warriors on the road. Luka Doncic was able to connect on 8 of 16 from the field to lead the Mavericks with 31 points while passing the ball for a team-high 15 assists. Doncic also led the team with 12 rebounds. Dallas had six different players finish the game with a double-digit scoring night.
The Mavericks have been good for an average of 116.7 points per game on the offensive end of the court while hitting 46.2 percent from the field. They have been able to pass the ball for an average of 24.6 assists per night while grabbing 48.2 rebounds. Defensively, they allow an average of 108.5 points per game to their opponents. Dallas has been taking the ball away for 6.4 steals every time they are on the court to go along with 4.5 blocks. They will be looking for a third consecutive win.
Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles is now 25-7 following a 128-120 win against the Blazers in Portland. Kyle Kuzma was able to knock down 9 of 17 from the field to lead the Lakers with 24 points. Lebron James passed the ball for a team-high 16 assists while Anthony Davis hauled in nine rebounds. Los Angeles had six different players finish the game with at least 11 points.
The Lakers have been able to put the ball in the net for an average of 112.1 points per game this season while shooting 48.1 from the field. Los Angeles has passed the ball for an average of 25.8 assists per night with 45.4 rebounds. On the defensive end of the floor, L.A. gives up 105.1 points per night. The Lakers average 8.6 steals per game to go along with 7.2 blocks. They will be looking for back-to-back wins.
Previous 10 games head-to-head
Los Angeles has gotten the best of the Mavericks in their previous 10 meetings with a record of 7-3, 6-4 ATS. The over/under has gone 4-6. The Lakers have been able to put the ball in the basket for an average of 112.20 points a night throughout the 10-game span while giving up an average of 108.50.
As of late Saturday night, both the point spread and the total were off for this game.
The Mavericks are 14-6 ATS in their previous 20 games.
The Mavericks are 8-1 ATS in their previous nine games on the road.
The Mavericks are 4-2 ATS in their previous six games vs. the Pacific division.
Los Angeles is 1-6 ATS in their previous seven games.
The total has stayed under in five of the Lakers’ previous six games vs. Dallas.