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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies live stream game 2 NBA Playoffs 2014

OKC vs. Memphis NBA Playoffs 2014 game two live stream and TV information
OKC vs. Memphis NBA Playoffs 2014 game two live stream and TV information
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Tonight is game 2 of the NBA Playoffs series featuring the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. the Memphis Grizzlies, according to an April 21 International Business Times report. OKC won the first game in the series by 14 after an astonishing first half and a strong forth quarter last Saturday evening to hold off a big Memphis comeback effort. Tonight's game is available on live TV and via live stream video, so there are plenty of ways for NBA fans to check out the action.

Tonight, the Grizzlies led by Zach Randolph will try to beat the Thunder on their home court in OKC to head back to Memphis with the series tied. Of course, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka will be working with the rest of the Oklahoma City team to make sure that they secure another 2014 NBA Playoffs in front of the home crowd. If OKC can come out as strong as they did on Saturday, then tonight's game could be a bit more of the same, but during that second half, the Memphis Grizzlies seemed to hit their stride, so they could come out much tougher tonight then they did on Saturday night.

This series is a best of seven, and while Oklahoma City is considered to be a top contender for the NBA Championship this season, Memphis is a bit of a wild card. They certainly could end up posing a threat to OKC if the Thunder are not playing at their best, which is part of what makes this an exciting 2014 NBA Playoffs series to watch.

You can watch OKC vs. Memphis on live TV tonight on TNT starting at 8 p.m. EDT. If you are not able to watch TV, the NBA live stream video for tonight's game featuring the Thunder vs. Grizzlies is available via TNT Overtime. The game will air live from Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Expect a huge home crowd dressed all in one color because that is how OKC does NBA Playoffs.