Brooklyn Nets vs. Dallas Mavericks: TV info, live streaming, injury report

Brooklyn Nets Caris LeVert. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
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The Brooklyn Nets will look to salvage a split in their season series with the Dallas Mavericks Monday at Barclays Center, as well as stop a 3-game slide.

Two slumping teams look to get well against one another Monday night when the Brooklyn Nets host the Dallas Mavericks at Barclays Center.

The Nets (32-33) have dropped their last three games and dropped behind the Detroit Pistons (31-31) into seventh place in the Eastern Conference after the Pistons topped the Toronto Raptors on Sunday.

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The Mavericks (27-35), meanwhile, have lost six of their last seven games, a portent that may not be terrific for Brooklyn, which has been blown out in three straight games by teams who were coming in off losses.

The Nets were hammered Saturday night on the road by the Miami Heat, taking their worst loss of the season in a 117-88 drubbing. Dallas also enters play Monday off its worst beating of the campaign after they were blasted at home Saturday by the Memphis Grizzlies 111-81.

The Heat took control of Saturday’s matchup in the third quarter and led by as much as 31 points en route to the win.

Joe Harris had 15 points and two blocks to lead the Nets, who shot just 35.2 percent overall (31-for-88) and made only 9-of-42 (21.4 percent) from 3-point range. Rodions Kurucs had 11 points and seven rebounds, while D’Angelo Russell was held to 10 points, but had eight assists.

Against the Grizzlies, the Mavericks scored only 32 points in the second half — their second-lowest second-half total of the season ahead of just the 30 they scored in a Jan. 7 loss at home to the Los Angeles Lakers.

Luka Doncic scored 22 points and had two blocks for Dallas. Dwight Powell finished with 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists as the Mavericks shot a season-worst 30.6 percent (26-for-85) and made just 7-of-40 (17.5 percent) from deep.

Since Dallas entered the NBA as an expansion club in 1980, the Nets are 31-44 in the all-time series. The Mavericks ran off 11 straight wins from Dec. 10, 2000, to Jan. 14, 2006. The longest streak for the Nets was six consecutive victories from Nov. 29, 1991, to Feb. 27, 1994.

Dallas posted the highest-scoring game in the series with a 132-109 win at Piscataway on Feb. 22, 1981. The Nets’ highest total came in a 126-124 loss at East Rutherford on Feb. 17, 1986.

The Mavericks also own the most lopsided win, a 110-77 victory at Dallas on Jan. 14, 2006. The Nets’ largest victory was a 117-90 win at East Rutherford on Feb. 27, 1994.

Mark Aguirre holds the individual single-game scoring mark in the series, pumping in 43 points for Dallas in a win at East Rutherford on March 24, 1987. The Nets’ top single-game scorer is current Maverick Devin Harris, who scored 41 points in a win at East Rutherford on Dec. 19, 2008.

Since moving to Brooklyn in 2012, the Nets are 6-7 against Dallas, with the Mavericks winning four straight games from Dec. 23, 2015, to March 19, 2017. Brooklyn’s longest run has been three games from March 20, 2013, to March 23, 2014.

The Mavericks have the high scoring-game in regulation with their 119-113 win at Dallas on Nov. 21, which is also Brooklyn’s best total in regulation. The Mavericks beat the Nets 119-118 in overtime at Dallas on Dec. 23, 2015, for Brooklyn’s highest scoring game overall in the series.

The Nets have the biggest margin of victory, a 113-96 win at Dallas on March 20, 2013. Dallas’ largest win came in a 91-79 triumph at home on Jan. 29, 2016.

Brook Lopez set the individual high for the Brooklyn era with 38 points in the Nets’ win at Dallas on March 20, 2013. Harrison Barnes has the high mark in regulation for the Mavericks with 28 points in Dallas’ Nov. 21 win at home.

Overall, Monta Ellis scored 32 points for the Mavs in a March 23, 2014, overtime win at Dallas and was matched by J.J. Barea in Dallas’ overtime win at Barclays Center on Dec. 23, 2015.

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Dallas Mavericks at Brooklyn Nets

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
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The skinny

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Dallas: OUT–J.J. Barea (right Achilles surgery), Daryl Macon (two-way, Texas Legends), Kristaps Porzingis (left knee surgery).

Brooklyn: DOUBTFUL–Treveon Graham (back soreness); OUT–Tahjere McCall (assignment, Long Island Nets), Dzanan Musa (assignment, Long Island Nets), Alan Williams (two-way, Long Island Nets).

Last meeting

Nov. 21 at Dallas: The Mavericks broke out to a 14-point lead in the first half and hung on down the stretch for a 119-113 victory.

Dallas’ largest lead came with 3:56 remaining in the second quarter when Maxi Kleber hit a pair of free throws to give the Mavericks a 53-39 lead and the Mavs were still up 11 at the half.

Brooklyn charged back to tie it up twice early in the fourth quarter, the last time on Ed Davis‘ layup off a feed from Shabazz Napier with 10:13 left. But Dallas responded with an 8-0 run and the Nets never got closer than two the rest of the way.

Allen Crabbe scored 27 points to lead the Nets, while Davis went for 17 points and nine boards. Spencer Dinwiddie finished with 19 points and seven assists.

Harrison Barnes paced the Mavericks with 28 points and Luka Doncic finished with 21. DeAndre Jordan had 12 points and 13 rebounds, J.J. Barea went for 18 points and seven assists, Devin Harris had 18 points and four steals and Kleber finished with 11 points and two blocks.

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What’s next?

Dallas: at Washington, Wednesday; at Orlando, Friday; vs. Houston, Sunday

Brooklyn: vs. Cleveland, Wednesday; at Atlanta, Saturday; vs. Detroit, March 11