Thunder vs. Wizards: Lineups, injury reports, broadcast info (April 23)

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Logan Newman
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Since the Washington Wizards beat the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday, both teams have extended their respective win and loss streaks. The Wizards have now won six games in a row while the Thunder have dropped their last 12.

Both streaks will be on the line when the two teams face off Friday night.

Russell Westbrook had a triple-double against OKC last outing and Bradley Beal put up 30. Darius Bazley set a career-high with 26.

Here are the details of how to watch the game:

Opponent: Washington Wizards
Date and time: April 23, 7 p.m. CT
How to watch: Bally Sports Oklahoma
Radio station: WWLS 98.1 FM OKC

Projected starting lineups

Both lineups may be updated when further information is released from the teams.

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER (20-39)

  • Guard: Theo Maledon

  • Guard: Svi Mykhailiuk

  • Forward: Aleksej Pokusevski

  • Forward: Darius Bazley

  • Center: Moses Brown

WASHINGTON WIZARDS (25-33)

  • Guard: Russell Westbrook

  • Guard: Bradley Beal

  • Guard: Raul Neto

  • Forward: Davis Bertans

  • Center: Alex Len

Injury report

Thunder

Lu Dort (hip) is questionable after missing the last two games. Aleksej Pokusevski departed the game Wednesday with an illness (not COVID-19-related) and his status has not been updated since. Josh Hall (knee), Mike Muscala (ankle), Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (plantar fasciitis), Gabriel Deck (not with team) and Al Horford (out) are out, according to ESPN.

Wizards

Deni Avdija suffered a right fibular hairline fracture in the game Wednesday against the Golden State Warriors and is out for the rest of the season. Rui Hachimura (knee) is also out.

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