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The Oklahoma City Thunder are looking for their fourth straight win when they travel to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies.
Oklahoma City comes into Tuesday's matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies as the first NBA team to win all three games of a back-to-back-to-back set. The Thunder will try to extend their winning streak to four games against a Grizzlies team that has lost two straight.
Oklahoma City has the best record in the Western Conference with an 8-2 record while Memphis is off to a tough 3-5 start and will be without power forward Zach Randolph for another six weeks with a knee injury. Memphis hasn't scored more than 90 points since Randolph's injury.
The Thunder also are down a player with a knee injury after Eric Maynor blew out his ACL against the Rockets over the weekend. Maynor will miss the remainder of the season and was replaced by rookie Reggie Jackson on Sunday who came up with season highs in points (11) and assists (4).
Game date/time: Tuesday, January 10, 7 p.m. CT
Location: FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tennessee
TV: Fox Sports Oklahoma
Radio: NBA Audio League Pass
Online Streaming: NBA League Pass Broadband
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