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OKC Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies NBA Playoffs 2014 game 6 live stream and TV

Kevin Durant is Mr. Reliable for Oklahoma City Thunder
Kevin Durant is Mr. Reliable for Oklahoma City ThunderPhoto by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies play game six tonight in Round One of the NBA Playoffs 2014, according to a May 1 Christian Post report. This playoff game will air on live TV tonight. Unfortunately for those who are unable to watch this game on TV, this game is not available via live stream video.. Memphis leads this series three to two, so tonight is do or die for the OKC Thunder.

Unfortunately, today's game was somewhat overshadowed by an unfair headline in "The Daily Oklahoman" calling Kevin Durant "Mr. Unreliable." Clearly, KD has been not only a clutch basketball player at OKC who will likely be named the 2014 NBA MVP, but he has also been a model citizen of the City of Oklahoma City and the State of Oklahoma. Not surprisingly, this ridiculous headline has caused wide-spread outrage in Oklahoma, and the Thunder fans have rallied around Kevin Durant and the rest of the team, and they are cheering for the team to bring the series back to Oklahoma City for game seven.

To have a headline so mean spirited is just disgusting. Ultimately, the newspaper apologized for the headline, which is a somewhat unusual move for a newspaper. Also, KD noted that he does not even read newspapers, and he is right. The newspaper is dying, and headlines like this will not help it stay in print.

The tipoff for game six featuring the Thunder vs. Grizzlies is at 8 p.m. EDT on TNT, so tune in to watch and see if OKC is eliminated tonight, or if they will bring the series back to Oklahoma City for game seven. If you are unable to catch this game on live TV tonight, you will not be able to catch it via live stream video on TNT Overtime using your smartphone, tablet, computer, or other mobile device because the game, which is in Memphis, is not available on the service. Your best bet would be ESPN radio or other local radio broadcasts. Tonight's game is sure to be exciting, so tune in to check it out!