Pistons at Thunder live stream: How to watch online

The Oklahoma City Thunder (9-8) will host the Detroit Pistons (8-9) on Saturday evening. Here is how to watch this NBA game online.

There are five games on the slate on Saturday, Nov. 26 in the NBA. One of those games will be between the Detroit Pistons (8-9) and the Oklahoma City Thunder (9-8). Tipoff from Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City will be at 8:00 p.m. ET.

FOX Sports Detroit Plus will carry the game in Greater Detroit. FOX Sports Oklahoma will carry the game in Greater Oklahoma City. Since this game will not be nationally televised, the available live stream can be found on NBA League Pass, which requires a subscription.

Detroit is 8-9 on the season and in eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The Pistons are 5.5 games back of the Cleveland Cavaliers (12-2) in the Central Division standings. Detroit has won two straight games, has gone 4-6 in its last 10 games, and is a lousy 1-7 away from The Palace at Auburn Hills this season.

Oklahoma City is 9-8 on the season and in sixth place in the Western Conference. The Thunder are tied with the Utah Jazz (9-8) for first place in the Northwest Division standings. Oklahoma City won its most recent game against the Denver Nuggets, 132-129 in overtime on Friday night in Denver. The Thunder have gone 3-7 in their last 10 games, but are 6-4 at home this season.

Date: Saturday, Nov. 26
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Venue: Chesapeake Energy Arena
TV Info: FSD+, FSOK
Live Stream: NBA League Pass

According to OddsShark.com, the Thunder will be laying four points at home to the visiting Pistons. The money lines are Oklahoma City -180 and Detroit +160. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 205 points.

This one will be close in Oklahoma City on Saturday night. Oklahoma City should be able to protect its own court, but the Pistons will be a tough matchup for the Thunder. Detroit might be able to take advantage of the Thunder coming off an emotional win in Denver on Friday night to steal one in Oklahoma City.

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