Phoenix Suns vs Dallas Mavericks, January 24, 2024: Know everything about NBA Live Stream, Probable Lineups and Injury List

The Phoenix Suns experienced a setback, dropping one game below .500 after a disheartening 14-point home loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Image credits: twitter/NBAHistory)
By Rohit Kohli | Jan 24, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

On Christmas Day, the Phoenix Suns experienced a setback, dropping one game below .500 after a disheartening 14-point home loss to the Dallas Mavericks. However, as they gear up for a rematch in Dallas on Wednesday, Phoenix has managed to elevate its position and finds itself in a significantly improved state.

Securing their sixth consecutive victory, the Suns extended their impressive streak to 11 wins in the last 14 games by clinching a narrow 115-113 triumph over the Chicago Bulls on Monday.

In this standout performance, Kevin Durant notched a season-high 43 points, while Bradley Beal contributed an additional 18 points for Phoenix.

Where to watch Phoenix Suns vs Dallas Mavericks

  • Date: January 24, 2024
  • Time: 8:30 PM ET
  • Place: American Airlines Center
  • Venue: Dallas
  • TV channel: Bally Sports
  • Live stream: Fubo
  • NBA League Pass

Injury report

For the Mavericks, Curry (ankle injury) and Exum (heel injury) will not be playing the game. As for the Suns, Bol (foot injury) and Lee (knee injury) will be sitting this one out. Besides, Gordon could also miss out on the game due to a wrist injury.

Key matchups

Registering back-to-back games with a minimum of 40 points, Kevin Durant, the current Western Conference Player of the Week, showcased his scoring prowess. In the second half against Chicago, Durant displayed remarkable efficiency, shooting 12-of-19 from the field.

Embarking on its lengthiest road trip of the season, Phoenix is set for a demanding schedule with seven games lined up over the next 14 days. Durant expressed confidence that the team is entering this challenging stretch on a positive and elevated note.

Kicking off the journey, the Suns face off against Dallas, a team eager to rebound from a 119-110 loss to the Boston Celtics on Monday.

Despite Luka Doncic’s impressive triple-double performance with 33 points, 18 rebounds, and 13 assists, the Mavericks struggled to contain Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, who collectively scored an impressive 73 points.

In the same game, Dallas point guard Kyrie Irving managed to contribute 23 points despite playing through a right thumb sprain sustained early in the match. Fortunately, X-rays yielded negative results, and Irving doesn’t anticipate missing any playing time, although his status remains questionable for the upcoming game against the Suns.

In the aftermath of Monday’s game against Boston, where the Mavericks voiced frustration with the officiating on multiple occasions, Dallas coach Jason Kidd is emphasizing the importance of maintaining focus for his team. Luka Doncic, in the midst of the defeat, accumulated his eighth technical foul of the season.

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