Knicks vs Mavericks Wednesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Julius Randle and the New York Knicks (27-38) will take on Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks (40-25) in part of the NBA Wednesday slate.

Since returning from the NBA’s healthy and safety protocol, Doncic has been on an absolute tear for the Mavericks, and so has the team as a whole. Since the start of the 2022 calendar year, Doncic is averaging 29.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 9.0 assists in 28 games.

No longer is the storyline prevailing the Mavericks’ side of things with Kristaps Porzinigs getting “revenge” against his former team. He was dealt to the Washington Wizards at the NBA trade deadline.

The Mavericks’ main goal is to continue to take care of as many wins as they can in order to potentially gain home-court advantage for the first-round of the playoffs—something they have not done since their 2011 NBA Finals run.

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The New York Knicks are appearing too deep out of the play-in mix at this point but will continue to compete to stay in the mix. RJ Barrett has been playing a high level and his development is the top priority.

How to Watch New York Knicks vs Dallas Mavericks

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch New York Knicks vs Dallas Mavericks:

Date: Wednesday, March 9

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET

Location: American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas

TV Channel: Bally Sports Southwest (Mavericks) and MSG Network (Knicks)

Injury Report for New York Knicks vs Dallas Mavericks

New York Knicks Injury Report: Mitchell Robinson – questionable (illness), Cam Reddish – out (sprained right shoulder), Quentin Grimes – out (right patella subluxation), Nerlens Noel – out (sore left foot), Derrick Rose – out (right ankle surgery), Obi Toppin – out (left hamstring strain) Kemba Walker – out (away from team)

Dallas Mavericks Injury Report: Jalen Brunson – probable (foot contusion), Marquese Chriss – out (right knee soreness), Tim Hardaway Jr. – out (left foot surgery), Frank Ntilikina – out (illness, non-Covid), Theo Pinson – out (right fifth finger fracture)

Projected Starting Lineups for New York Knicks vs Dallas Mavericks

New York Knicks Projected Starting Lineup: G Alec Burks, G Evan Fournier, F RJ Barrett, F Julius Randle, C Mitchell Robinson

Dallas Mavericks Projected Starting Lineup: G Jalen Brunson, G Luka Doncic, F Reggie Bullock, F Dorian Finney-Smith, C Dwight Powell

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