Tonight is game four of the first round of the 2014 NBA playoffs series featuring Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies, according to an April 26 Fansided report. Oklahoma City trails in this Western Conference matchup 2-1. Will they be able to win tonight in Memphis to bring the series back to OKC at even? You can check it out on live TV or via live stream video to find out.
Even though Oklahoma City trails in the series, they are favored to win by three tonight against the Grizzlies. In fact, they are one of the favorites to win the entire 2014 NBA Championship. That would certainly be a feather in the cap of OKC's Kevin Durant who is expected to take home the 2014 MVP trophy. After his poor shooting in game three, Kevin Durant seems determined to play up to his potential during this game, and make all those shots that he missed in the near win just two days ago. Durant still faces tough competition in the Grizzlies' Tony Allen, who just happens to be a former Oklahoma State Cowboy basketball player.
Of course Paul Gasol, Tony Allen, and the Grizzlies would love to play spoilers to the Thunder again this season. After the way the last two games have gone, it seems possible that they could end up beating OKC in this best of seven series. Last year Memphis beat out Oklahoma City in the second round of the NBA playoffs, and they are one of the teams that obviously posed a threat for this year's playoffs too.
Tonight's game will air live from the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee starting at 9:30 p.m. EDT. You can check out the game on ESPN on TV. However, if you are out and about at game time, you can catch an Oklahoma City vs. Memphis live stream video via Watch ESPN.