With four-straight losses, the Lakers face a Mavericks squad that has dropped two in a row. Dallas is currently in sixth place in the Western Conference, while the Lakers are in 14th.
Davin Harris (hand) and Chandler Parsons (ankle) have been sidelined recently, may return to action against the Lakers.
In his 17th season, Dirk Nowitzki is still one of the Mavericks' leading scorers at 17.4 points a game, although his shooting percentage has dipped to 45.8% from the field and 35.3% from behind the arc.
Dallas is one of the league's better offensive squads, averaging 104.5 points a night.
Both Boozer and Hill are important scorers for the Lakers, although it's rare for both to have big night simultaneously.
The Lakers need to find a way to contain Monta Ellis, who is averaging 19 points a game, along with Parsons at 15.4 (presuming he plays), and even newcomer Amar'e Stoudemire, recently picked up after he was cut by the New York Knicks.
Dallas is still fighting for postseason position, while the Lakers are looking to play spoiler.
Expect the Mavericks to extend the Lakers' losing streak to five.