Dallas Mavericks, NBA Playoffs, Utah Jazz

Jazz vs. Mavericks: TV channel, live stream, prediction, odds and radio station for Game 4

The Dallas Mavericks look to extend their first-round series lead over the Utah Jazz to 3-1 with a Game 4 win on Saturday, Apr. 23.

No Luka Doncic, no problem for the Dallas Mavericks. Without their star player available due to a calf injury, the initial thought as that Dallas would struggle against the Utah Jazz in their first-round series. Yet, the opposite has happened.

The Jazz took Game 1 with a 99-93 victory, but the Mavericks bounced back to take the next two games in the series, thanks in part to huge performances by Jalen Brunson.

Now, Dallas looks to take yet another game in Utah to bring them one step closer to advancing to the second-round of the playoffs for the first time since 2011, the year the team won the NBA championship.

Here is everything you need to know about Game 4.

Jazz vs. Mavericks Game 4 TV channel

Game 4 will be broadcasted on TNT, with tipoff time scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET.

Jazz vs. Mavericks Game 4 live stream

Game 4 will be live streamed through the Watch TNT app and FuboTV.

Jazz vs. Mavericks Game 4 prediction

Dallas has made the series competitive for Utah, even without Doncic available. It is unknown if Doncic will be eligible to play for the contest, as he is still listed as questionable. Yet, Utah is way too talented to be down in the series like they are. Based off the odds (which you can view below), Utah bounces back and ties the series up.

Prediction: Utah 105, Dallas 99

Jazz vs. Mavericks Game 4 odds

According to WynnBet, Utah is favored by six points. Utah is favored in the moneyline odds at -225, while +185 has been placed on Dallas. The over/under is set at 212 points.

Jazz radio station

Local stations can be found on the Utah Jazz Radio Network.

Mavericks radio station

The local radio affiliates for the Mavericks can be found at this link.

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