On Friday night the Oklahoma City Thunder visit the Minnesota Timberwolves in for a rematch. In their previous meeting, Minnesota's Andrew Wiggins drained a buzzer beater three-point shot to carry his team to victory on the road. Now Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook, and the rest of the Thunder will be trying to avenge that loss and move their record above .500 for the season. Here is the latest Thunder vs. Timberwolves preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and how to see the game live streaming.

NBA game preview

Coming into tonight's matchup, the Minnesota Timberwolves find themselves at 2-3 for the season.

They've lost two games in a row including a 122-101 defeat at the hands of the Detroit Pistons several days ago. Karl-Anthony Towns led the way with 23 points and 10 rebounds while Andrew Wiggins scored 21 points on 7-for-12 field goal shooting. Jimmy Butler did not play in that game but is expected to be in the lineup tonight against Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma City Thunder (2-2) are coming off a 114-96 victory against the Indiana Pacers. In that win, both Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook finished with 28 points each. Anthony finished with a double-double with 10 rebounds for the game, while Westbrook achieved another triple-double. The reigning NBA MVP had 16 assists to go with 10 rebounds and his 28 points.

Paul George was held to a very low output of 10 points but could bounce back in tonight's road game against Minnesota.

For tonight's game, Oklahoma City is currently listed as a two-point favorite on the point spread. For moneyline bettors, the Thunder are at -125 while the Minnesota Timberwolves are +105 underdogs. Tonight's over/under total is 218.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Friday nights Oklahoma City Thunder versus Minnesota Timberwolves game has a scheduled start time of 8 PM Eastern time. Live television coverage is available exclusively on the NBATV channel, where available. While there isn't an NBATV live streaming website or apps, cable and satellite subscribers may be able to use Livestream features through their service provider.

In addition, both SlingTV and fuboTV offer NBATV as part of their live streaming channels. On fuboTV, subscribers get NBA TV as part of their main channel package. With sling TV, subscribers need to choose the Sling Orange channel package and at the "Sports Extras" add on to get NBA TV. Both of these channel streaming services are currently available to new customers on a one-week free trial basis. Get more information on the Sling.com and fubo.TV websites.