NBA Injury News: Is Mavericks’ Luka Doncic Playing Monday vs Jazz?

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The Dallas Mavericks will look to get revenge on the Utah Jazz during the NBA Monday slate as both teams square off in what could prove to be a pivotal game in the race for first-round home-court advantage.

Without Doncic, the Mavericks managed to squeak by the Sacramento Kings in what ended up being a 114-113 win over the Sacramento Kings—using 36 points and seven assists in Spencer Dinwiddie’s first start with the team.

Will Luka Doncic be available to play in Mavericks vs Jazz after missing his team’s last game due to a toe injury?

The Mavericks announced that Doncic is “probable” to play when the Jazz take on the Utah Jazz on Monday. However, Jalen Brunson is questionable along with Maxi Kleber, who has missed Dallas’ last

“Luka Doncic (left toe sprain) is probable for tomorrow night’s game against Utah. Jalen Brunson (right foot contusion) and Maxi Kleber (right ankle soreness) are both questionable.”

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