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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

The Los Angeles Lakers face a stern test on Monday night when the up-and-coming OKC Thunder visit Crypto.com Arena.

How to watch Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers, TV channel and streaming

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers will be broadcast live on NBA TV, as well as on regional broadcasts Spectrum SportsNet and Bally Sports OK. the game can be streamed using NBA League Pass, as well as streaming services like YouTube TV and fuboTV.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers start time, date and venue

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers will tip off at 10:30 PM ET (7:30 PM PT local) on Monday, March 4 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers injury report

Thunder: Jaylin Williams - knee, out

Lakers: Colin Castleton - Wrist, day-to-day; Jarred Vanderbilt - foot, out; Gabe Vincent - knee, out; Christian Wood - knee, out

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers predicted lineups

Thunder: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Josh Giddey, Luguentz Dort, Jalen Williams, Chet Holmgren

Lakers: D'Angelo Russell, Austin Reaves, Rui Hachimura, LeBron James, Anthony Davis

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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers stats

  • The Lakers are 21-10 at home; the Thunder are 18-12 on the road.
  • Both teams rank in the top 10 in pace - the Lakers average 100.8 possessions per game and the Thunder average 99.9 possessions per game.
  • Oklahoma City makes 39.5 percent of its three-point shots, the best percentage in the league, while the Lakers are ranked 13th with a 37.1 three-point percentage.
  • The Thunder score the fourth-most points per game with 121.2 while the Lakers score the 12th-most with 117.1.
  • The Thunder are first in the league in blocks per game with 6.8 and third in the league in steals per game with 8.2. They also force the most turnovers per game with 15.7 while the Lakers force the 10th-fewest turnovers by opponents with 13.5 per game.
  • LeBron James and Anthony Davis combine to average 50.3 points per game for the Lakers; the Thunder have the league's second-leading scorer in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and his 31.2 points per game.

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