The Oklahoma City Thunder have been struggling since Russell Westbrook underwent another knee surgery. Heading into their next game with the Memphis Grizzlies, it looked even worse as Kevin Durant injured his wrist in the team's last game. According to NewsOK.com on Jan. 14, the Thunder got some good news and Durant will be back on the floor for the team's big road game tonight. Here is how fans can follow the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies live stream of the game.
- Date: Jan. 14
- Time: 8 p.m. EST
- TV: Fox Sports Oklahoma
- Radio: 98.1 FM (OKC)
- Live Stream: NBA League Pass
According to Durant, he is just fine. The forward said that he just took "a little tumble" and that everybody has done that before. He called himself "good" for tonight's game and head coach Scott Brooks said that Durant felt a lot better today than he has. Durant did not practice with the team the last two days following his injury, but took part in the shootaround today.
The Thunder need to keep Durant and their other stars healthy until Westbrook returns around the All-Star Break. When Serve Ibaka had the flu last week, the Thunder struggled and lost to the Utah Jazz. the worst team in the Western Conference. After sitting on top with the best record in the NBA for most of the season, they have only won six of their last 10 games and are now tied for the third best record, falling behind both the San Antonio Spurs and the Eastern Conference's Indiana Pacers.
They are now facing Memphis tonight on the road, a team that was, at one time, considered one of the NBA's brightest and best young teams until they cut costs and now sit with a losing record heading into the game at 17-19. If the Jazz proved anything, it is that records mean nothing when the Thunder are without their big stars.
The Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies live stream tips off at 8 p.m. EST.