The Spurs return to the friendly confines of the AT&T Center for a brief homestand against Dallas after an up-and-down three-game road trip that began with their divisional nemesis a little less than a week ago. San Antonio squandered a 20-point first-quarter cushion last time they met the Mavericks, and they’ll look to avenge their last-minute loss as they continue searching for some early-season momentum.

All-Star seven-footer Kristaps Porzingis missed the first matchup with the Silver and Black, and according to the latest injury report, it appears Maxi Kleber might be joining the floor-stretching forward on the sidelines this Wednesday. And with the Dallas Mavericks on the second night of a back-to-back when they arrive in the 2-1-0, the good guys could be in a prime position to pick up their third win of the year.

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