The Golden State Warriors will clash with the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight in the Warriors home turf. This will be their rematch from last year’s intense showdown in the Western Conference Finals playoff series, which resulted in a Golden State victory. But now, the rosters has shifted somewhat, and Kevin Durant has joined the Warriors and will face his old team in Oklahoma City for the first time. Durant was apart of the Thunder for nine seasons, where he made six playoff appearances, and now, he’ll be gunning for his old squad.
The 2015 NBA World Champions are back in the hunt! On Tuesday, the Warriors crushed the Portland Trailblazers in a hard-fought contest, which ended 127-104. When people think of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry is the usually the man that pops into your head. But Tuesdays fury came from the bench. From bench-warmer to a Tuesday night standout, Ian Clark became the first Warriors’ reserve to provide his team with at least eight field goals in one game without a missing once since January 18, 1996 against Milwaukee when Chris Mullin stepped up to the plate. (I know, I just did a baseball metaphor in a basketball game).
But who will make it out on top in this one? Will it be the Thunder? This team from Oklahoma City sure has an ace up their sleeve in the form of Russell Westbrook, who is unprecedented player for this season, and has averaged more rebounds and points than any other guard in the NBA. This thunderous team has also just came off of a fresh victory against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday in a very close contest, with a score of 85-83. The Oklahoma City team must be tired, and now has to compete in back-to-back games. Will the Warriors take advantage of this fact and conquer the Thunder? And how will you watch it all? Look below to find out how to watch this game live on your laptop, television screen, tablet or mobile device. Get ready for some Thunder vs. Warriors!
Warriors vs. Thunder Viewing Details
Date: Thursday, November 3, 2016
Time: 10:30 P.M. EST
Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
TV Channel: TNT
Live Stream (computer): TNTDrama.com
Live Stream (mobile): Watch TNT
How To Watch Warriors vs. Thunder Live Stream Online
Hey, buddy. Got a cable or satellite subscription that carries the TNT network? Yeah? Well, you’re in luck because I got you covered! Just continue reading and I’ll tell you just how you can watch the Golden State Warriors take on the Oklahoma City Thunder right from your computer screen. You can watch all the action live right as it happens!
Just click onto TNTDrama.com, and you’ll be able to live stream this game from the comfort of your computer screen! Aren’t you glad you stuck around a bit longer to read this?
How To Watch Warriors vs. Thunder Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet
Planning on viewing the game from your tablet or mobile device? Well, good news! I’ve got you covered too!
You can also sign up for the free SlingTV trial, and watch the game on the Sling App. You can download this app for free the Google Play store or App store. You can also download the Sling App for Roku, XBox One Chromecast, ZTE and Nexus player. Click right here for a longer list of compatible devices, so you can your claws on Sling and see the game yourself!
Now, go on and watch that game!
Watch Warriors vs. Thunder Live Stream Online Without Cable Subscription
Have no cable or satellite subscription, but you still want to catch the game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors? Just keep reading, and you’ll find out how! Alright, I’ll just cut to the chance: you can watch this game over at Sling TV. On that website, you need take out the Sling Orange package ($20 a month fee), but you can still get it for free for the first week!
Click on the Sling website, you’ll see a light blue bar with the magic words (and wonderful number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’re going to want to take advantage of this deal, so that you can save some serious coin and watch the game for free!
This is something worth repeating: you’ll need to pick the Sling Orange package, with a great deal of $20 a month, but if you cancel within seven days, you will not be charged a penny. But if do you choose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows and games from ESPN (2, 3 and Original), you can laugh it up all you want on Comedy Central, IFC or Adult Swim, and you can watch a new spin on journalism with Viceland. So, if any of this looks appealing, you may want to dish out that extra 20 bucks a month for sports, action, cartoons and news.
Still here? You really shouldn’t be. Time to look away from this article and watch the Golden State Warriors take on the Oklahoma City Thunder live!