Oklahoma City Thunder v Houston Rockets: Christmas Day Fixture on WatchESPN

Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets will lock horns in a Christmas Day fixture at the Toyota Center. Watch live on WatchESPN. ABC will have the live nationally broadcast coverage.

Russell Westbrook from the Oklahoma City Thunder

Russell Westbrook from the Oklahoma City Thunder reacts

HOUSTON, TX — Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets will lock horns in a Christmas Day fixture at the Toyota Center.

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Thanks to guard Russell Westbrook and Paul George, the Thunder (21-11) are off to a very positive start to the season and they will be aiming to take down the Rockets for the second time this season.

Oklahoma City won Game 1 in this regular season 98-80 last month at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City with George getting 20 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and six steals.

Westbrook missed the first matchup with his former team-mate James Harden.

Oklahoma City has won their last four games to climb to second place in the Western Conference, but ESPN’s Basketball Power Index is giving Harden and Rockets a 58.5 percent to win this one at the Toyota Center.

Harden, the defending regular season MVP, enters this encounter averaging 32.0 points per game and shooting nearly 45 percent from the field.

The Thunder (21-11) have established themselves as the NBA’s premier defensive team and, thanks to the stellar play of Paul George, have won six of their last four games to climb to third in the West.

Houston (17-15) has won four of the last five games and six in the last ten outings, but is only eighth in a tightly-contested Western Conference.

Starting point guard Chris Paul has been officially diagnosed with a Grade 2 hamstring strain and will miss the game.

Paul picked up the hamstring problem Thursday night in the defeat to the Miami Heat and the injury will keep the guard out for at least two weeks.

Christmas Day 2018 (Dec. 25)

Bucks vs. Knicks | Noon ET | ESPN, WatchESPN

Thunder vs. Rockets | 3 p.m. ET | ABC, WatchESPN

Sixers vs. Celtics | 5:30 p.m. ET | ABC, WatchESPN

Lakers vs. Warriors | 8 p.m. ET | ABC/ESPN, WatchESPN

Trail Blazers vs. Jazz | 10:30 p.m. ET | ESPN, WatchESPN

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