Mavericks at Jazz live stream: How to watch online

The Utah Jazz (2-2) will host the Dallas Mavericks (0-3) on Wednesday night. Here is how to watch this Western Conference NBA game online.

There will be 10 games played on Wednesday, November 2nd in the NBA. One of the games going on in the Western Conference will be between the Utah Jazz (2-2) and the winless Dallas Mavericks (0-3). Tipoff from Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City will be at 9:00 PM ET.

The game can be seen on Root Sports in Greater Salt Lake City. For folks in Greater Dallas, this game can be viewed on FOX Sports Southwest. Since this game is not being televised nationally, the available live stream can be found on NBA League Pass, which requires a subscription.

Dallas is one of five winless teams left in the NBA. The Mavericks haven’t lost by double figures yet but have already dropped a pair to their Southwest Division rival Houston Rockets and another one to the Indiana Pacers. Their tough early schedule doesn’t let up, as six of the Mavericks’ nine next games will be on the road.

Utah has splits its first four Western Conference games of the season. The Jazz have wins over the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs, but lost to the Los Angeles Clippers and the Portland Trail Blazers. Utah should feel great about itself after beating the Spurs on the road last night, 106-91.

Date: Wednesday, November 2nd
Time: 9:00 PM ET
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Venue: Vivint Smart Home Arena
TV Info: ROOT, FSSW
Live Stream: NBA League Sports

According to OddsShark.com, the Jazz are laying four points at home to the visiting Mavericks. The associated moneylines are Utah -200 and Dallas +165. This game’s over/under comes in at 188 points.

Dallas has to win sometime soon. The Mavericks might be able to take advantage of the Jazz coming off an emotional win in San Antonio on their first of a back-to-back. That being said, Utah historically has one of the best home court advantages in all of basketball. Expect Dallas to give Utah its all on Wednesday night in Salt Lake City.

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