Dallas MavericksMavericks
40-27
Sun 11/10, 1:05 AM - Fedex Forum
DAL -5.5, O/U 222
Memphis GrizzliesGrizzlies
32-33
Sun 11/10, 1:05 AM - Fedex Forum
DAL -5.5, O/U 222
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40-27
Grizzlies
32-33
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-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o222 (-110)
-5.5 (-110)
o221.5 (-110)
Team Summary
Dallas Mavericks Summary
Head Coach
Rick Carlisle
Avg. Pts. Scored
116.36
1H Pts. Scored
59.28
Memphis Grizzlies Summary
Head Coach
Taylor Jenkins
Avg. Pts. Scored
112.63
1H Pts. Scored
55.63
Schedule Summary
DAL
Teams
MEM
67
No. Of Games
65
40-27
Record
32-33
38-29
ATS Record
34-30
56.7%
Cover%
53.1%
40-27
O/U Record
30-35
59.7%
Over%
46.1%
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Total Games: 82Record: 32-33 ATS Record: 35-29O/U Record: 30-34
Games: 82Record: 32-33 ATS: 35-29O/U: 30-34
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BWed 10/23@ MIAL 101-120L +6.5O 213.5NOSat 10/26vs. CHIL 102-110L +2U 224NOSun 10/27vs. BKNW 134-133W +4O 225YESWed 10/30@ LALL 91-120L +11.5U 215NOSun 11/3vs. PHXL 105-114L +3U 221.5NOTue 11/5vs. HOUL 100-107L +6U 230NOThu 11/7vs. MINW 137-121W +3.5O 224.5NOSat 11/9@ ORLL 86-118L +7.5U 208.5NOSun 11/10vs. DALL 122-138W +5.5O 222YESTue 11/12@ SASW 113-109W +10.5U 224.5NOThu 11/14@ CHAW 119-117W +2.5O 221NOSat 11/16vs. UTAW 107-106W +8U 215NOSun 11/17vs. DENL 114-131L +6.5O 215YESWed 11/20vs. GSWL 95-114L -6U 222NOSun 11/24vs. LALL 108-109W +8U 225.5NOTue 11/26@ INDL 114-126L +10O 217NOThu 11/28vs. LACL 119-121W +6O 227NOSat 11/30vs. UTAL 94-103L +7U 223NOSun 12/1@ MINW 115-107W +12U 231YESTue 12/3vs. INDL 104-117L +9.5O 217NOThu 12/5@ CHIL 99-106L +6.5U 223NOSun 12/8@ UTAL 112-126L +11.5O 218NOTue 12/10@ GSWW 110-102W +3U 220NOThu 12/12@ PHXW 115-108W +7U 230.5NOSat 12/14vs. MILL 114-127L +12.5O 229NOSun 12/15vs. WASW 128-111W -1.5O 237YESTue 12/17vs. MIAW 118-111W +3O 217NOThu 12/19@ OKCL 122-126W +6.5O 219.5NOSat 12/21@ CLEL 107-114L -2.5U 222.5NOSun 12/22vs. SACW 119-115W +2O 222YESTue 12/24vs. SASL 115-145L +1O 228.5NOFri 12/27@ OKCW 110-97W +6U 224NOSat 12/28@ DENL 110-119 +9O 219YESMon 12/30vs. CHAW 117-104W -2.5O 219NOFri 1/3@ SACL 123-128L +4.5O 224NOSat 1/4@ LACW 140-114W +10O 231YESMon 1/6@ PHXW 121-114W +7U 235.5NOWed 1/8vs. MINW 119-112W -4.5O 228NOSat 1/11vs. SASW 134-121W EvenO 231NOSun 1/12vs. GSWW 122-102W -6.5U 226YESWed 1/15vs. HOUW 121-110W +4.5U 240.5NOSat 1/18vs. CLEW 113-109L -9U 230NOMon 1/20vs. NOPL 116-126L -3--NOThu 1/23@ BOSL 95-119L +7U 232.5NOSat 1/25@ DETW 125-112W -1.5O 231.5NOSun 1/26vs. PHXW 114-109W -2U 229.5YESWed 1/29vs. DENW 104-96W -1U 223.5NOThu 1/30@ NYKW 127-106W -2O 222YESSat 2/1@ NOPL 111-139L +7.5O 242NOTue 2/4vs. DETW 96-82W -9U 223.5NOThu 2/6@ DALW 121-107L +4O 225.5NOSat 2/8@ PHIL 107-119L +6.5O 223.5NOSun 2/9@ WASW 106-99W -2.5U 240.5YESThu 2/13vs. PORW 111-104W -3.5U 235NOFri 2/21@ SACL 125-129L -1O 230NOSat 2/22@ LALL 105-117L +10.5U 234YESTue 2/25@ LACL 97-124L +11U 235NOThu 2/27@ HOUL 112-140L +12O 237.5NOSat 2/29vs. SACL 101-104L -2U 227NOSun 3/1vs. LALW 105-88W +11U 228.5YESTue 3/3@ ATLW 127-88W +2U 240NOThu 3/5@ BKNW 118-79W +1.5U 223NOSat 3/7@ DALL 96-121W +7.5U 225NOSun 3/8vs. ATLW 118-101W -6U 235YESWed 3/11vs. ORLL 115-120L -2O 219NOFri 3/13@ POR------NOSun 3/15@ UTA------NOTue 3/17@ SAS------NOWed 3/18vs. OKC------YESFri 3/20@ MIL------NOSun 3/22vs. NOP------NOWed 3/25@ NOP------NOThu 3/26vs. BOS------YESSun 3/29vs. TOR------NOMon 3/30@ TOR------YESThu 4/2vs. NYK------NOSat 4/4vs. DAL------NOMon 4/6@ POR------NOWed 4/8@ DEN------NOSun 4/12vs. OKC------NOTue 4/14vs. PHI------NOWed 4/15@ HOU------YES
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Ja Morant
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Dillon Brooks
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Jae Crowder
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Jaren Jackson Jr.
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Jonas Valanciunas
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Seth Curry
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Mavericks Injuries
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Seth CurryDAL | SG
ruled out Wednesday
Curry will miss a third straight game due to a sprained left ankle, meaning his next chance to take the court won't arrive until Saturday's home matchup against the Suns. The sharpshooter had been playing well before the injury, as he was shooting 58 percent from the field and 57.6 percent from three since the start of February (13 games).
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Dorian Finney-SmithDAL | PF
Won't play vs. Denver
Finney-Smith returned to action Tuesday following a two-game absence, but he's feeling some soreness after 38 minutes on the court. In his absence, plus the absence of Kristaps Porzingis (rest), Maxi Kleber and Justin Jackson are strong candidates to see extra minutes.
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Jalen BrunsonDAL | PG
Seven weeks into 4-to-6 month rehab
Brunson added that his recovery is "going pretty well," but that it seems unlikely that he'd return in July if the season resumed then. However, he should be ready for next season's training camp. This campaign, he's averaging 8.2 points, 3.3 assists and 2.4 rebounds across 17.9 minutes.
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Dwight PowellDAL
Undergoes surgery
The Mavericks have provided no timeline for Powell's return to the court, but given the debilitating nature of Achilles' injuries -- particularly for big men -- the 28-year-old is far from a lock to be fully cleared once training camp opens in late September. Since Powell went down with the injury, Kristaps Porzingis has been featured at center more regularly, while Seth Curry, Delon Wright and Justin Jackson have benefited from slight bumps in playing time. Dallas also swung a deal over the weekend to acquire Willie Cauley-Stein from the Warriors, and though he didn't play in Monday's win over the Thunder, he could eventually be tasked with filling some of the minutes at center.
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Grizzlies Injuries
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Brandon ClarkeMEM | PF
Expected back when season resumes
Clarke had already been on track to play before the regular season's initial end date in mid-April, so the fact that the season likely won't be resumed until mid-to-late June in a best-case scenario should provide the rookie with more than enough time to move past the right quadriceps injury. Once play resumes, Clarke will fill his familiar role as the Grizzlies' first big man off the bench. He's been one of the league's most efficient players this season, posting a 67.0 true shooting percentage to go along with averages of 12.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 0.8 blocks in 21.7 minutes per contest.
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Grayson AllenMEM
Officially done for season
Memphis had been vague about Allen's recovery timeline since the left hip injury first surfaced in late January, even after his college coach, Mike Krzyzewski, leaked the news about a month ago that the second-year guard would be sidelined for the remainder of the season. The Grizzlies have now confirmed that Allen won't return in 2019-20, while also providing a new diagnosis for his injury, which is being termed a "left hip displacement." Allen will most likely be ready to go for the start of training camp in the fall.
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Mavericks Injuries
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Seth CurryDAL | SG
ruled out Wednesday
Curry will miss a third straight game due to a sprained left ankle, meaning his next chance to take the court won't arrive until Saturday's home matchup against the Suns. The sharpshooter had been playing well before the injury, as he was shooting 58 percent from the field and 57.6 percent from three since the start of February (13 games).
GTD
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Dorian Finney-SmithDAL | PF
Won't play vs. Denver
Finney-Smith returned to action Tuesday following a two-game absence, but he's feeling some soreness after 38 minutes on the court. In his absence, plus the absence of Kristaps Porzingis (rest), Maxi Kleber and Justin Jackson are strong candidates to see extra minutes.
GTD
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Jalen BrunsonDAL | PG
Seven weeks into 4-to-6 month rehab
Brunson added that his recovery is "going pretty well," but that it seems unlikely that he'd return in July if the season resumed then. However, he should be ready for next season's training camp. This campaign, he's averaging 8.2 points, 3.3 assists and 2.4 rebounds across 17.9 minutes.
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Dwight PowellDAL
Undergoes surgery
The Mavericks have provided no timeline for Powell's return to the court, but given the debilitating nature of Achilles' injuries -- particularly for big men -- the 28-year-old is far from a lock to be fully cleared once training camp opens in late September. Since Powell went down with the injury, Kristaps Porzingis has been featured at center more regularly, while Seth Curry, Delon Wright and Justin Jackson have benefited from slight bumps in playing time. Dallas also swung a deal over the weekend to acquire Willie Cauley-Stein from the Warriors, and though he didn't play in Monday's win over the Thunder, he could eventually be tasked with filling some of the minutes at center.
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