Warriors vs. Thunder Game 2: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel

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On paper, this series looked like it was going to be chock-full of drama and Game 1 did not disappoint. The Oklahoma City Thunder rallied back from a 60-47 halftime deficit to beat the Golden State Warriors 108-102. The Warriors went ice cold in the 4th quarter, scoring only 14 points on 6-23 shooting from the floor.
Russell Westbrook was the MVP of Monday’s game as the All-Star point guard stuffed the stat sheet with 27 points, 12 assists, 6 rebounds, and 7 steals. His 27 points lead all scorers, and he dropped 19 of them in the 3rd quarter alone.
But as sensational as Westbrook was, he was very close to going from hero to goat. With roughly 18 seconds left on the clock and the Thunder clinging to a 105-102 lead, Westbrook got away with a clear travel before calling a timeout.


The NBA has since admitted that a travel should have been called, but that doesn’t do the Warriors much good now. Falling behind 0-2 in the series with both losses taking place at home would be catastrophic for Golden State, so tonight’s game is virtually a must-win for the Warriors. Let’s break down all the ways you can watch Steph Curry and the Warriors try to even up the Western Conference Finals at one game a piece.

Warriors vs. Thunder Game 2 Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details

Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: TNT
Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
Spread: Warriors -8.5, O/U 223

Warriors vs. Thunder Game 2 Live Stream Online Options

Your best bets for watching Game 2 via a live stream are TNT Overtime, Watch TNT, and Sling TV. TNT Overtime is pretty cool in that it providers viewers with different options to watch games. Instead of being stuck with the standard television broadcast, you can watch up to four camera angles at once.
If you already have a cable or satellite provider, you can watch the game online at Watch TNT. You just need your log-in and password information and you’re good to go.
You can also roll with Sling TV for tonight’s game. Their Best of Live TV package costs $20 a month and it includes access to TNT. If that’s too rich for your blood, you can try out Sling TV with a free 7-day trial.

Warriors vs. Thunder Game 2 on Phone, Tablet & Other Devices

If you can’t watch tonight’s game on your TV or computer, you can still use the aforementioned TNT and Sling TV options. Download the free NBA app and you can watch TNT Overtime on your phone or tablet. With cable or satellite access, you can watch Serge Ibaka erase shots and do goofy celebrations on your phone or tablet by downloading the free Watch TNT app from the App Store or Google Play.

Sling TV subscribers can use their Sling TV app to watch tonight’s game on a plethora of options such as phones, tablets, and XBox Ones if you’re not too busy dominating 14-year-olds in FIFA. You can check out their full list of devices here.

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