Tip-Off: 7 PM CT
Location: Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, OK)
Radio: WWLS 98.1FM OKC The Sports Animal
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The Oklahoma City Thunder picked up another clutch win against the Grizzlies in Memphis on Saturday, and they have a chance to get back to .500 when they host the Charlotte Hornets tonight. The Thunder has not been at .500 since they were 7-7, but they appear to have turned a corner lately.
The Hornets, on the other hand, have had a rough go of things lately after starting the season at 5-3. Since then, Charlotte has gone 4-13. The Hornets have struggled specifically on the road, where they have only won one out of twelve games, while the Thunder has been a solid 9-3 at home.
- PG: Russell Westbrook
- SG: Andre Roberson
- SF: Paul George
- PF: Carmelo Anthony
- C: Steven Adams
- PG: Kemba Walker
- SG: Nicolas Batum
- SF: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
- PF: Marvin Williams
- C: Dwight Howard
- Paul George (right calf contusion) is questionable.
- Andre Roberson (left ankle sprain) is questionable.
- Jeremy Lamb (shin contusion) is questionable.
- Nicolas Batum (left elbow soreness) is questionable.
- Frank Kaminsky (right ankle sprain) is questionable.
- Cody Zeller (left knee MCL tear) is out.
- Marcus Paige (two-way contract) is not with the team.
- Since arriving in Oklahoma City in 2008, the Thunder is 13-4 against the Hornets (8-1 at home, 5-3 on the road).
- In nine seasons, the Thunder has won the season series with the Hornets six times, lost it once, and tied three times.
- Oklahoma City has lost two games in a row against Charlotte, but the Thunder won the previous 11 matchups with the Hornets.
- The Thunder and the Hornets will meet again on January 13, 2018, in Charlotte.
- The Thunder suffered the worst loss to the Charlotte Hornets in organization history last season 101-113 on April 2, 2017 in Oklahoma City.
- The Thunder has won four of the last five games, while the Hornets have lost seven of their last eight.
- Oklahoma City is 5-5 in the last ten games, while Charlotte is 3-7.
- Oklahoma City is 5-4 against the Eastern Conference, while Charlotte is 4-6 against the Western Conference.
- Oklahoma City is 6-8 in games when they have one day of rest, while Charlotte is 6-9.
- Oklahoma City is 9-3 at home, while Charlotte is 1-10 on the road.
- Raymond Felton was drafted fifth overall by Charlotte in the 2005 NBA Draft, where he played his first five seasons.
- Jeremy Lamb spent his first three NBA seasons in Oklahoma City with the Thunder.
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Article written by Zack Low. Follow @TheThunderGuys on Twitter & Instagram, and give us a like on Facebook.