Spurs vs. Thunder, NBA playoffs 2014: Game time, TV schedule, radio and more

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San Antonio has won the first two games in the Western Conference Finals by a combined 52 points.

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Update: Oklahoma City beats San Antonio

The Western Conference Finals head to Oklahoma City for Game 3 as the Thunder look to stop the bleeding in what's been a lopsided series thus far. The Spurs beat OKC, 112-77, in Game 2 to take care of business on their home floor with a 2-0 series lead.

Danny Green was ready to go from beyond the arc in Game 2, hitting a game-high seven three-pointers as San Antonio dominated on the boards and in the paint. The Thunder had a hard time finding any offensive consistency, shooting just 2-of-20 from three as Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook shot a combined 32.5 percent.

Production from the Oklahoma City starters continued to be an issue Wednesday, as Westbrook and Durant were the only two to score in double digits. In fact, only three Thunder players scored more than nine points, with Jeremy Lamb coming off the bench to score 13 points in 14 minutes of play.

Without Serge Ibaka, it's looking more and more like the oft-maligned Scott Brooks offense won't have an answer for Gregg Popovich's Spurs. Not only does OKC miss the rotational punch of Ibaka on the pick-and-roll, but not having his second-chance scoring on the boards has become an issue. That's to say nothing of his defensive impact.

For the Thunder, their one reprieve is that Sunday's game is in friendly territory. All but one of San Antonio's four playoff losses have come away from their home floor, so perhaps the MVP can do some damage at Chesapeake Energy Arena. If not, the Thunder could be in big trouble.

Game time: 8:30 p.m. ET

Location: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City


Announcers: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr, Reggie Miller and David Aldridge

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