OKLAHOMA CITY (SportingAlert.com) — The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to pull level in the series with the San Antonio Spurs when the two teams meet in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals in Chesapeake Energy Arena Tuesday night.
Oklahoma City, boosted by the return of shot-blocking forward Serge Ibaka, picked up a 106-97 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 3 on Sunday and Scott brooks’ team will now be hoping to even up the series at 2-2 Tuesday night.
San Antonio, on the other hand, are confident of shaking off the Game 3 defeat, with All-Star point guard Tony Parker revealing earlier this week that he was ready to make up for the setback in the last game.
The Thunder, who played with Ibaka for the first two game, which they dropped both in Texas, are also confident of turning the series around again, just like they did in 2012.
Live streaming coverage of Game 4 is on TNT Overtime, as well cable viewers can watch live action on the TNT Network channel.