The Dallas Mavericks (24-19) will host the Oklahoma City Thunder (14-28) after winning four straight at home. The matchup begins at 8:30 pm ET on Monday, January 17, 2022. Want to stream this matchup? Read on for all the information you need, including how to watch and FuboTV.
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Key stats for Mavericks vs. Thunder
- The Mavericks’ record 105.5 points per game is the same as the Thunder’s.
- Dallas is 15-3 when scoring over 107.7 points.
- When Oklahoma City allows fewer than 105.5 points, it’s 10-10.
- The Thunder average 100.8 points per game, just 1.9 points less than the 102.7 the Mavericks give their rivals.
- Oklahoma City has posted a 10-8 record in games scoring more than 102.7 points.
- Dallas is 14-3 when opponents score fewer than 100.8 points.
- The Thunder are the eighth team in rebounding in the league, the Mavericks are ranked 21st.
- The Mavericks grab 9.4 offensive rebounds per game, just 0.9 rebounds less than the Thunder average (10.3).
- The Thunder are the 8th rebounding team in the league, the Mavericks rank 25th.
Mavericks players to watch
- Jalen Brunson leads the Mavericks in points and assists per game, scoring 16.0 points and dishing out 5.6 assists.
- Dorian Finney-Smith leads Dallas in rebounding, grabbing 4.6 rebounds per game and scoring 10.3 points per game.
- The Mavericks get the most 3-point shooting production from Tim Hardaway Jr., who makes 2.5 3-pointers per game.
- Finney-Smith stands out on the defensive end for Dallas, leading the team in steals at 1.2 per game and blocks at 0.5 per game.
Thunder players to watch
- Josh Giddey has 7.4 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game, putting him atop the Thunder’s rebounding and assist leaderboards.
- Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is scoring 22.4 points per game, which puts him atop Oklahoma City’s scoring standings. He also captures 4.7 rebounds and adds 5.4 assists per game.
- Luguentz Dort is the most prolific from deep for the Thunder, making 2.4 3-pointers per game.
- Oklahoma City’s leader in steals is Gilgeous-Alexander (1.0 per game), and their leader in blocks is Darius Bazley (1.2 per game).