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Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday Game Preview, TV Schedule and NBA Betting Line

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The Houston Rockets go up against the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight in a game that tips off at 7:05 PM, and here is the TV info for it just in case you were looking for that.
 
TV: CSN-Houston, FS-Oklahoma,, DTV: 216, 679

The Thunder are favored, and it should be fun to watch the former teammates Kevin Durant and James Harden go against each other. That team never should have been broken up (or at least that trio), and it is just a shame for basketball fans everywhere.

The Thunder (-4.5) are favored, and would expect them to win and cover the spread. Russell Westbrook is still out, and will keep you posted here at Rant Sports once he is back in action. Picking the Thunder is no offense to the Rockets, just think Durant is going to be totally locked in against his good friend Harden. The Thunder squeaked out their latest win, and it was due to their effort protecting the rum

“Tonight, we really locked down on defense,” guard Jeremy Lamb said after the game. “We could not hit shots and just grinded them down on the defensive end. That’s what got us the win tonight.”

Grinding is the way to do it on the defensive end, and if the Thunder can bring that same effort at home tonight then they will sleep easy tonight. The Bearded One would love to ruin their night though, and you can bet that he will do his best to do it. One more preview coming your way today, and then be sure to stop by Rant Sports Prep later tonight if you are feeling feisty.

Dave Daniels is a Senior Writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on twitter: @AllDave_AllDay, like him on Facebook here or add him to your network on Google.

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