Warriors vs Mavericks live stream: How to watch game 4 of NBA Playoffs Western Conference Finals online tonight
What channel is Warriors vs. Mavericks on today? Game 4 TV schedule, live streams, start time for 2022 NBA playoff game
Mavericks vs. Warriors: How to watch online, live stream info, game time, TV channel
The NBA Western Conference finals resume Tuesday with Game 4 between the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center. The Warriors defeated the Mavericks 109-100 to take a 3-0 series lead. Follow The Athletic's live coverage here as the Warriors look to complete the sweep.
The point spread is against the Golden State Warriors, but thus far the points are on their side. Sitting on a score of 78-70, they have looked like the better team out there today, but there's still one more quarter to play.
The Warriors have been led by point guard Stephen Curry, who so far has shot 5-for-10 from downtown and has recorded 27 points, nine assists and four boards. One thing to keep an eye out for is Draymond Green's foul situation as he currently sits at four.
Point guard Spencer Dinwiddie has led the way so far for the Dallas Mavericks, as he has 21 points.
Dallas has lost 79% of the time when they were down heading into the fourth quarter this year, so this one seems just about wrapped up
Tonight's game 4 Warriors vs Mavericks live stream is a much different game than NBA fans saw last night. Because unlike the Boston/Miami series, this NBA playoffs live stream has one team in control of the series — while the other is at risk of being swept out of the post-season. Yes, even after a game where Luka Doncic posted 40 points, more than anyone else on the court, Dallas is down bad.
Yes, Golden State's Steph Curry was all smiles and tongue-wagging after it was all said and done, because the Warriors managed to survive Dallas' moments of strengths. The second quarter, for example, was particularly rough for the Warriors, as Dallas had been outscoring them with Doncic on the bench at one point, where they were up 34-29.
The Golden State Warriors are just one win away from the NBA Finals as they head into Game 4 looking to complete a sweep against the Dallas Mavericks.
The key to Game 4 will be controlling the glass — an area the Mavericks have struggled with all series and throughout the postseason.
Right now, Dallas is looking at everyone who isn't Spencer Dinwiddie (26 points), Luka Doncic (40) and Jalen Brunson (20) when it comes to finding offense to stay alive in the series. No other Mav scored in the double digits.
Meanwhile, the Warriors are finding contributions from all over, not just from Steph Curry (31 points). Andrew Wiggins posting 27 points in a double-double that included 11 rebounds and three assists, in a night that saw him tire out Doncic on the court.
The Warriors enter game 4 up 3-0, so Tuesday night is all that matters. Dallas is a 1-point favorite in Game 4 at home. The over/under is 216.
Through the first three games against the Warriors, the Mavs have been outrebounded 141-98, including 29-20 on the offensive glass.
While Luka Doncic has been productive, averaging 34 points per game in the series, including back-to-back 40-point games, the Mavs haven't been able to overcome the experienced Warriors' high-powered offense.
“This is just the beginning of this journey,” Mavs head coach Jason Kidd said. “This is a lot bigger than just this one game or this series. This is huge for our franchise because none of you guys had us here.”
Golden State will no doubt be confident of their chances of advancing to the Finals, with history well on their side.
No team in NBA history has ever overturned a 3-0 series deficit.