Spurs at Mavericks live stream: How to watch online

The Dallas Mavericks (3-13) will host the San Antonio Spurs (14-4) on Wednesday night. Here is how to watch this Southwest Division rivalry game online.

There are 10 games going on in the NBA on Wednesday, Nov. 30. One of these 10 games will be between Southwest Division rivals in the San Antonio Spurs (14-4) and the Dallas Mavericks (3-13). Tipoff from the American Airlines Center in Dallas will be at 8:30 p.m. ET.

FOX Sports Southwest will carry the game in both the Dallas and San Antonio media markets. Since this game will not be nationally televised, the available live stream can be found on NBA League Pass, which requires a subscription.

San Antonio enters play at 14-4 on the year and in second place in the Western Conference. The Spurs lead both the Houston Rockets and the Memphis Grizzlies (11-7) by three games in the Southwest Division standings. San Antonio lost its most recent game at home to the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night, 95-83. The Spurs are 9-1 in their last 10 games, but only 4-4 at home this season.

Dallas enters play at 3-13 on the year and in last place in the Western Conference. The Mavericks trail the Spurs by a whopping 10 games in the Southwest Division standings. Dallas won its most recent game over the division rival New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday at home, 91-81. The Mavericks have gone 2-8 in their last 10 games and are 2-4 at home this season.

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 30
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Dallas, Texas
Venue: American Airlines Center
Live Stream: NBA League Pass

According to OddsShark.com, the Mavericks will be getting 8.5 points from the visiting Spurs. The associated moneylines are San Antonio -420 and Dallas +350. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 189.5 points.

With the Spurs being one of the four best teams in basketball and having not lost a game on the road this season, this one could get ugly in Dallas. Expect the Spurs to blowout the Mavericks on Wednesday night, especially after a weird home loss to the Magic on Tuesday night.

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