Tonight is game three of the first round NBA playoffs 2014 series featuring Thunder vs. Grizzlies, according to an April 24 International Business Times report. With this series tied at 1-1, tonight's game could end up being a momentum changer for whichever team wins. You can catch this game on live TV or via live stream video if you are unable to get to a TV during game time.
Even after Kevin Durant's unbelievable four point play the other night, OKC could not pull off the OT win against Memphis at home, which was a huge disappointment to the projected NBA MVP and the rest of his team. Can the Thunder take one in Memphis tonight? It is possible. You can be sure that the team will be ready to play and will most likely come out strong.
However, Memphis can smell blood in this series. Just like they beat the Thunder out of the playoffs last season, the Grizzlies hope to be the unlikely spoilers for OKC again this season. Tony Allen, Paul Gasol and team will be looking to continue winning after taking game 2 in Oklahoma City in such convincing fashion. The Grizzlies are also in the midst of a 14 game winning streak at home. If they can keep up a high level of play, the Memphis Grizzlies have a good shot at beating the OKC Thunder in this first round NBA playoff series, which would come as a major blow to the players and fans of Oklahoma City.
Interestingly enough, most of the underdogs have taken at least one game across the entire NBA 2014 playoffs so far, which is making for much more exciting games to watch. Will Kevin Durant create more amazing, MVP-worthy plays tonight? Will the Grizzlies go up on OKC 2-1? You will have to tune in to the game at 8 p.m. EDT on TNT. If you can't catch it on TV, you can catch a live stream video on TNT Overtime.