The Minnesota Timberwolves visit the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday in a game involving potential playoff contenders down the road. Both teams made big offseason moves to acquire some of the hottest names in NBA trade rumors. The Timberwolves orchestrated a draft trade to get Jimmy Butler from the Bulls, while OKC made waves when they trade for Paul George, and then Carmelo Anthony. Now, these star-powered teams will meet Sunday night. Here are all of the game details including odds, time, TV channels, and live stream options.

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The two teams both played a common opponent in their previous game.

For Minnesota, they were able to defeat the Utah Jazz, but then Utah bounced back with a home victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. In OKC's 96-87 loss, the shooting was off and the inside scoring was definitely off. Much of that might be attributed to Rudy Gobert roaming the lane. He was also big on the offensive end, seeming to score at will at times against OKC's Steven Adams. Carmelo Anthony finished with 26 points on 12-for-26 shooting while Russell Westbrook had 13 rebounds and nine assists in the losing effort.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are also 1-1 this season so far, just like OKC. However, they are 0-1 on the road which is where tonight's game takes place. In their previous game, they took down Utah 100-97.

Start player Andrew Wiggins led the way with 21 points on 7-for-19 shooting, while Jamal Crawford also stepped up and scored 17 points in the fourth quarter. That included a 3-pointer to put his team ahead with under 30 seconds to go. Tonight, they'll have a tough road test against another Western Conference contender in the "Big Three" in OKC.

Oddsmakers have the home team as four-point favorites on the point spread, with a -180 moneyline price. The Minnesota Timberwolves are +150 underdogs tonight while the over/under points total is 210.5 points for the game.

How to watch live

The Minnesota Timberwolves meet the Oklahoma City Thunder in NBA action at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.

Live televised game coverage arrives on multiple channels or networks based on viewing regions. They'll include Fox Sports North in the Minnesota viewing region or Fox Sports Oklahoma in that region of the country. Most viewers who aren't in the viewing regions can watch via the NBA League Pass free preview which lasts for the next several days.

Live streaming is also available through NBA League Pass on compatible devices with the NBA app or through the website. In addition, viewers watching in select regions can use the Fox Sports Go website or compatible apps and channels on their devices. Check out for more information on this service available to cable and satellite customers.