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Thunder vs. Spurs 2014 Game 2 live stream, predictions, tickets & TV game time

OKC vs. Spurs live stream and TV game time for Game 2
OKC vs. Spurs live stream and TV game time for Game 2
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Game 2 of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. San Antonio Spurs Western Conference finals is tonight, according to a May 21 Bleacher Report article. Tonight OKC vs. SA will air on live TV from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, and if you do not have a TV to watch, you can also watch the NBA live stream video of Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. Today, Thunder vs. Spurs predictions are flying around the sports world, especially since OKC has to play without Serge Ibaka, who is considered the team's third best player.

Spurs vs. Thunder Predictions and Odds

The Spurs lead this series 1-0 after Monday night's game in San Antonio. While the Thunder did have times of looking good during the game, they had serious issues and were ultimately unable to stop the Spurs from scoring. Because of this, many of the Thunder vs. Spurs predictions favor San Antonio to win the Western Conference Finals and head to the 2014 NBA Finals.

Tonight's odds favor the home team by six points. Even so, experts are not completely counting out Oklahoma City and the 2014 NBA MVP Kevin Durant. The team was able to play without Russell Westbrook, and while it is a tough adjustment, they can also learn to play without Serge Ibaka.

Thunder vs. Spurs 2014 Tickets to the Game

The Thunder's tickets to the game is stopping the Spurs in the paint. San Antonio outscored Oklahoma City in the paint in Game 1 and finished with a total of 66 points from close range. If head coach Scott Brooks is unable to find a player to stop this deluge of scoring, then OKC is going to have an incredibly tough time being victorious in the Western Conference Finals and appearing in the 2014 NBA Finals. The Thunder is going to have to step up its defense, and do it quickly to have any hope.

Meanwhile, the Spurs need to keep attacking the goal and hitting Oklahoma City where they are hurting the worst right now. If they can continue scoring 66 points in the paint, the Spurs will be tough to beat. Also, San Antonio is at home, which should help them continue their offensive onslaught against the Thunder.

Thunder vs. Spurs 2014 Game 2 Live Stream and Game Time

Tonight's Western Conference Finals 2014 Game 2 will air on live TV at 9 p.m. EDT on TNT. If you are unable to catch this NBA Playoffs 2014 game on TV, you can watch it via live stream video using TNT Overtime on your smartphone, tablet, computer, or other streaming media device.

Do you think the Thunder can overcome the odds and win Game 2, or will it be the Spurs all the way?