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Mavericks vs Jazz Prediction, Stats, Injury Report and How to Watch the Stream

The late NBA Playoffs matchup on Thursday night is a Game 6 clash between the Dallas Mavericks and Utah Jazz. After the Mavs rolled to a 25-point blowout in Game 5 of this series on Monday, many are questioning whether the Jazz have any fight left in them. If not for a couple of missed free throws late in Game 4, the Mavs probably should have already won this series and advanced. Dallas has dominated numerous stats in this series and many have the visitors closing it out tonight as their Mavericks vs Jazz prediction.

This article will provide a Mavericks vs Jazz stream, show you how to watch and list the start time. We also have a Mavericks vs Jazz prediction and the odds for this NBA Playoffs Game 6 matchup.

Mavericks vs Jazz Info | How to Watch NBA Playoffs Stream

NBA Western Conference Playoffs First Round — Game 6 (DAL leads 3-2)
(4) Dallas Mavericks (52-30, 23-18 Away) vs. (5) Utah Jazz (49-33, 29-12 Home)
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2022
Time: 10 PM EST
Venue: Vivint Arena — Salt Lake City, UT
Coverage: TNT

How to Watch the Mavericks vs Jazz Game 6 Stream

Start Time: 10 PM EST
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Dallas Mavericks Injury Report


Utah Jazz Injury Report

Out: Trent Forrest (knee)

Mavericks vs Jazz Odds

All NBA odds for Mavericks vs Jazz can be found at BetMGM.

Moneyline: DAL: (-115) | UTA: (-105)
Point Spread: DAL: -1.5 (-105) | UTA: +1.5 (-115)
Total: 210.5 — Over: (-110) | Under: (-110)

Mavericks vs Jazz Stats

Mavericks have covered the point spread in nine of their last ten head-to-head meetings against the Jazz.

The game total has gone OVER in each of the Jazz’ last four games when playing on two days’ rest.

Jazz have failed to cover the point spread in each of their last six home games against teams with a winning record.

Five of the last seven Mavericks vs Jazz head-to-head meetings have stayed UNDER the game total.

Mavericks have averaged 107.9 points per game (PPG) this season (No. 24 in NBA).

Jazz have averaged 112.8 PPG this season (No. 8 in NBA).

Mavericks have allowed 104.4 PPG this season (No. 1 in NBA).

Jazz have allowed 107.5 PPG this season (T-No. 9 in NBA).

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Mavericks vs Jazz Prediction

Long story short, this series should already be over. The Mavericks have dominated the Jazz from a statistical standpoint both with and without Luka Doncic on the floor. Unheralded players like Jalen Brunson, Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith and Maxi Kleber have all provided massive impacts throughout this First Round series.

Upon Doncic making his return in Game 4, he promptly dropped a 30-point line on Utah. A nasty step-back three-pointer in the closing minutes seemed to be the dagger shot for a 3-1 Mavs series lead. Unfortunately, Dwight Powell missed two free throws in the final minute which left the door open for the Jazz. One could argue that free throws were the only reason that the Jazz were even in that game late. Utah held a ridiculous 42-23 advantage over Dallas in free throw attempts in Game 4. While foul shooting may have been kind to the Jazz in Game 4, three-point shooting has been a nightmare for the 5-seed throughout this entire series.

The Jazz attempted 39.7 three-pointers per game this season, the second-most of any team in the NBA. Thus, Utah’s failure to convert from beyond the arc in this series has been a major problem. Credit the Mavs’ defense for forcing the Jazz off the line and into secondary offensive sets. Dallas boasts a resounding +108 scoring advantage from three-point range through the first five games of this series. Add in the fact that Donovan Mitchell is now dealing with a quad injury and it seems more than likely that tonight will be his final game in a Utah Jazz uniform.

Mavericks vs Jazz Prediction: Mavericks 107, Jazz 102

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