Thunder vs. Rockets: Lineups, injury reports, and broadcast info for Wednesday

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Logan Newman
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The Oklahoma City Thunder will get another chance against the Houston Rockets just two nights after losing by 30 points.

In the first game of the mini-series on Monday, Houston beat the Thunder 136-106. Eric Gordon scored 25 points off the bench and no Oklahoma City player broke the 20-point mark.

However, both Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and John Wall will be out Wednesday. The Thunder guard is listed with a left knee sprain while Wall had a planned maintenance night.

The Rockets (10-9) are rolling since trading James Harden and are now winners of six games in a row. This was the Thunder’s second loss in a row, which dropped their record to 8-11.

Here are the details of how to watch:

Opponent: Houston Rockets
Date and time:
Feb. 3, 7 p.m. CT
How to watch:
FOX Sports Oklahoma
Radio station:
WWLS 98.1FM OKC

Starting lineups

Oklahoma City Thunder (8-11)

  • Guard: Theo Maledon

  • Guard: Luguentz Dort

  • Forward: Darius Bazley

  • Forward: Hamidou Diallo

  • Center: Al Horford

Rockets Wire

Houston Rockets (10-9)

  • Guard: Eric Gordon

  • Guard: Victor Oladipo

  • Forward: Jae’Sean Tate

  • Forward: PJ Tucker

  • Center: Christian Wood

Injury reports

The Thunder will be without Gilgeous-Alexander and Hill. Gilgeous-Alexander is out with a left knee sprain, which he seemed to have suffered Monday when he briefly left the game for the Thunder training staff to evaluate him but returned to the court not long after. Hill underwent surgery for his injured thumb and will be evaluated in four weeks. The Rockets will be missing Wall and David Nwaba, who has a left ankle sprain.