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In the NBA Pre-Season, we have Dallas Mavericks square off against Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, OK.
OKC vs DAL Dream11 Preview
In Last Decade for Mavericks, Doncic scored a team-high 34 points while Harrison Barnes and Dennis Smith Jr. scored 21 and 14 points each in the match. No other player could touch the double-digit mark for the away side. Dallas (16-18) remained 12th in the Western Conference but is ahead of Pelicans who are 14th with a 16-20 record. The first game was won by Dallas 122-119. And it looked like a 2-0 sweep for Luka Doncic and co. as they had a one-point lead with just 1:17 minutes to go into the match. But Davis showed why he is being hailed as one of the biggest superstars of the current generation as he thumped a three-pointer to win the match 114-112 for his team. That shot was the last point of the game.
DAL vs OKC Dream11 Prediction
Oklahoma City Thunder ended their two-game skid with a comprehensive 102-118 win over Phoenix Suns. Thunder moved to 2nd in the table after defending champions Golden State Warriors lost at home to Portland Trail Blazers. Russell Westbrook then took over the match and was given a perfect supporting hand by the off-season recruit Dennis Schroder. The 2017 NBA MVP scored 40 points in the match with 15 coming in the last six minutes of the match. While Schroder had dropped 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter alone as Thunder won the last round 37-18 to pull themselves clears of any danger. The 29-year-old scored 40 points, and also had 12 rebounds and 8 assists in the match.
Regular Season Record
Dallas Mavericks: W-16, L-18
Oklahoma City Thunder: W-20, L-15
- Luka Doncic – Had a monster game last time around and brought his team within a whisker to win a game against a big team. In the last 10 games, his average has gone a few points above his season average.
- Harrison Barnes – The 26-year-old is having a pretty decent season up until now and is averaging 18.4 points per game. In the last match against Pelicans, he scored 21 points and five rebounds.
Oklahoma City Thunder:
- Russell Westbrook – The 29-year-old is averaging 21 points per game but his contribution is incredible as he remains the only player to average triple-double this season.
- Dennis Schroder – He is certainly a talented player and has given Oklahoma City Thunder another dimension from the bench. The former Atlanta Hawks point guard is averaging 16.1 points per game this season.