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Thunder vs. Clippers Game 6 live stream & TV start time for 2014 NBA Playoffs

Kevin Durant can't watch during Russell Westbrook's free-throws in Game 5
Kevin Durant can't watch during Russell Westbrook's free-throws in Game 5
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Game 6 of Round 2 of the 2014 NBA Playoffs featuring Thunder vs. Clippers is tonight live from Los Angeles, according to a May 15 CBS Sports report. Oklahoma City leads this best of 7 series 3-2 after a huge comeback on Tuesday night in front of the home crowd. Tonight's game airs live on TV and you can catch it via live stream video if you are unable to watch it on a TV.

If you follow the NBA you surely know that Tuesday night's game ended with a questionable call near the end. LAC's Doc Rivers was not at all quiet after the game was over either. He claimed his team was robbed, and that everybody knew that his team should have had the ball. Eventually, the NBA reviewed the call and determined that the correct call had been made. Not only that, but they also issued a fine to the Clippers coach for his comments after Game 5.

Also, from that game was a hilarious picture of Kevin Durant unable to watch as Russell Westbrook shot three free-throws after he was fouled by Chris Paul. These free throws were huge for OKC's Game 5 win. This picture inspired some hilarious Twitter memes of the 2014 NBA MVP unable to watch many huge events from history including the moon landing, the Hindenburg disaster, The Shot from Michael Jordon, the sinking of the Titanic, and Muhammad Ali's Joe Frazier knockout among many others.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Clippers will air live on ESPN tonight starting at 10:30 p.m. EDT. The game is also available via live stream video on WatchESPN for your computer, smartphone, tablet or other streaming media devices. What craziness will happen tonight? Will the Internet blow up again? After Game 4 and Game 5, it seems inevitable that Game 6 will provide some craziness.