The Mavs head to the Bay Area for the second of back-to-back road fixtures as both sides jostle for finals positions in the West.
The Dubs are the form side of the two, claiming seven wins across their last ten and are aiming to complete their third straight home victory here.
Meanwhile, the Mavs are 5-5 across the same trip and struggling to live up to their preseason hype.
This contest will most likely turn into a shoot-off between Curry and Doncic, with the former already outplaying MVP candidates Embiid, Giannis and Jokic across April.
The Warriors have covered the spread in eight of their 15 matches as home underdogs, while move impressively covering 17 of 31 games against the stacked Western Conference rivals.
The Buck head to Charlotte to face the Hornets with both sides coming in fresh off the back of a three day spell.
The Hornets are looking to complete four straight home victories for the second time this season, after seeing off Portland, Cleveland and most recently Boston at the Spectrum Arena.
Meanwhile, the Bucks are looking to put a heavy defeat against the Hawks behind them as they focus on climbing up the Eastern conference seedings.
Charlotte have covered the points line in 11 of their 17 matches as the home underdog.
While the Buck haven’t faired so well on the road, covering under 43% of games as the away favourite.
Despite losing several key players, the Hornets have refused to throw in the towel this season and they should be able to covered the generous line on offer here.