Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook will look to break the single-season NBA record for triple-doubles on Friday night. He and his team will take on the struggling Phoenix Suns, which could give the OKC guard and NBA MVP candidate plenty of room to grab the necessary stats. Westbrook failed in his last game by just a rebound, so fans will be tuning in to see if he finally makes history on Friday. Here's the latest Thunder vs. Suns preview as well as how to watch live online or on TV and more.

Oklahoma City vs. Phoenix preview

As it stands, Russell Westbrook has 41 triple-doubles for the season, an incredible accomplishment for any player.

That mark has him tied with the legendary Oscar Robertson. Recording triple stats in three offensive categories in tonight's game will put Westbrook's name above the "Big O" in the history books as the record holder.

Westbrook and the NBA playoff-bound Thunder will take on a Phoenix Suns team that is looking towards this June's NBA Draft to add more young talent to their roster. Weeks ago, one of their current young talents, Devin Booker, made his own history by scoring 70 points in a game against the Boston Celtics. He'll be on the court tonight along with potential future stars such as Marques Chriss and TJ Warren as they try to not only shut down Westbrook but maybe come away with a win on their home court.

Tonight's point spread is 9.5 points in favor of the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder. On the moneyline, OKC are currently listed as -600 favorites while the home team are +450 underdogs. In terms of tonight's over/under, the number is set at 228 points for the complete game in Phoenix.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Thunder vs.

Suns game is scheduled to start at 10 p.m. Eastern Time in Phoenix. The live televised coverage will be made available on NBA TV for cable and satellite television viewers. There may also be live coverage through NBA League Pass. In addition, Fox Sports Net Arizona and Fox Sports Net Oklahoma will televise the game for their respective regions.

Fans who are in the Arizona or Oklahoma regions will likely be able to watch tonight's Thunder vs. Suns game live streaming online using Fox Sports Go website or compatible apps. NBA League Pass subscribers may also be able to watch tonight's game live streaming by using their service if it includes all games or the OKC Thunder as part of their team package. See more information at NBA.com for how to watch tonight's game online.

There's also radio coverage for fans who want audio commentary of tonight's NBA game. Arizona Sports 98.7FM will have the game for that region, while WWLS 98.1FM will have coverage in Oklahoma City. For Spanish listeners (para Espanol) KSUN 1400AM will have coverage in Arizona and 930AM will have the game in the OKC region.