Mavericks at Spurs
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, AT&T Center, San Antonio
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Records: Mavs 9-6, Spurs 11-3
About the Mavs: This is the finale of a back-to-back for the Mavs, who are 2-1 on back-to-backs. ... The Mavs are in a stretch featuring 10 of 13 on the road. They host Denver on Saturday, and then it’s back on the road Monday in Sacramento. ... Zaza Pachulia has nine double-doubles through the first 15 games. ... Dirk Nowitzki became the 17th player in NBA history with at least 1,600 made 3-pointers when he converted one Tuesday against Memphis. ... The Mavs are 10th in the NBA in scoring at 102.2, and 14th in points allowed at 100.4.
About the Spurs: They lead the Southwest Division and are a perfect 7-0 at home. ... The Spurs’ defense leads the NBA in fewest points allowed (91.0). ... San Antonio’s plus-9.2 point differential is second only to Golden State’s plus-14.4. ... The Spurs share the ball to the tune of 25.2 assists per game, third best in the league. ... The Spurs are seventh in rebounding at 45.6 per game. ... Seagoville native LaMarcus Aldridge (left ankle) is questionable for Wednesday’s game. ... Kawhi Leonard leads the Spurs, averaging 21.5 points and 7.8 rebounds.