Timberwolves vs Mavericks Monday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves (42-30) will take on Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks (43-28) in part of the NBA Monday slate.

In their last outing, the Timberwolves pulled off a staggering 138-119 win over the reigning NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks with Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards each leading with 25 points.

The Mavericks were unable to get a win despite Luka Doncic’s 37 points in their last outing. Instead, they lost 129-108 to the Charlotte Hornets in what was the end of a five-game road trip.

The top storyline in this one will be two teams facing off with major implications for the fifth seed in the Western Conference given the Mavs lead the T-Wolves by just 1.5 games entering the matchup.

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Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Minnesota Timberwolves vs Dallas Mavericks:

How to Watch Minnesota Timberwolves vs Dallas Mavericks

Date: Monday, March 21

Time: 8:30 PM ET

Location: American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX

TV Channel: Bally Sports Southwest (Mavericks) and Bally Sports North (Timberwolves)

Injury Report for Minnesota Timberwolves vs Dallas Mavericks

Minnesota Timberwolves Injury Report: OUT: Jaden McDaniels (left ankle sprain)

QUESTIONABLE: Karl-Anthony Towns (right forearm contusion)

PROBABLE: Naz Reid (back spasms)

Dallas Mavericks Injury Report: OUT: Tim Hardaway Jr. (left foot surgery), Theo Pinson (right fifth finger fracture)

QUESTIONABLE: Davis Bertans (right knee soreness)

Projected Starting Lineups for Minnesota Timberwolves vs Dallas Mavericks

Minnesota Timberwolves Projected Starting Lineup: G Patrick Beverley, G D’Angelo Russell, F Anthony Edwards, F Jarred Vanderbilt, C Karl-Anthony Towns (GTD)

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

LEBRON BECOMES 2ND ALL-TIME SCORER: Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James scored 38 points during the team’s 127-119 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. He’s now averaging 29.8 points per game on the season at 37-years-old, which has put him on the fast track to becoming the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. READ MORE

KOBE’S ADVICE TO LUKA: Luka Doncic was the third overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. He wasn’t with the franchise very long, as they traded him to the Dallas Mavericks for the pick that was Trae Young and future selection that turned into Cam Reddish. READ MORE

POTENTIAL AYTON SUITORS: One of the more intriguing free agency storylines that people are going to follow this offseason is what happens with Deandre Ayton. Ayton, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, is heading toward restricted free agency because he and the Suns didn’t agree to a rookie extension before the deadline. READ MORETimberwolves vs Mavericks Monday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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