WATCH Rockets vs. Thunder Live Stream Online: NBA 2016 Top Conference Rivals, Playoff Rankings

By Danica Bellini, MstarsNews Head Writer | Mar 22, 2016 07:00 PM EDT
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Basketball's back for the official 2015-2016 NBA season, so get ready, MstarsNews readers!

The Houston Rockets battle it out on the court against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Week 21 of the regular season on Tuesday, March 22 at 8:00 p.m. EST from the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Read on to see where fans can watch and listen to a live stream of the highly-anticipated Tuesday evening basketball game online and catch up-to-date feeds and coverage on highlight plays and scores.

Before heading into the official playoff season, Oklahoma City maintains an impressive top spot in Marc Stein's official NBA power rankings for, while Houston lags just a few spots behind (out of a total 30 teams):

Rockets (12): "We're going to need more time to get to the bottom of the bizarre Dwight Howard "Stickum" story. In the interim, since it's NCAA tournament time, we pass along this bit of relevant trivia knowing that Rockets fans, weary of this season's many dramas, are looking for inspiration anywhere they can find it: Houston teammates Jason Terry and Corey Brewer rank as two of the seven active NBA players to win a championship in both college and the pros alongside San Antonio's Danny Green, Golden State's Brandon Rush and Marreese Speights, Oklahoma City's Nazr Mohammed and the recently felled Mario Chalmers."

Record: 35-35 (7th in Western Conference).

Thunder (6): "We had some harsh words in this cyberspace last week for Russell Westbrook thanks to his recent fourth-quarter struggles, as well as a fairly steep three-spot drop down for his Thunder, but you still have to acknowledge that Angry Russ is a one-of-a-kind force of nature even when his late-game touch has been lacking. Triple-double No. 14 of the season, in Saturday night's win in Indiana, marked Westbrook's 11th triple-double in the past 30 games alone. According to Elias, Michael Jordan is the only other player with that many triple-doubles in a 30-game span since the NBA/ABA merger in 1976-77."

Record: 48-22 (3rd in Western Conference).

Tonight's big game will be broadcasted live on your local TNT sports channel.

For fans who want to try out a free live stream (which may mean downloading a torrent), click here. Also try this or another option.

Also check out NBA TV for more schedules and game updates.

ESPN, ESPN Scoreboard, and are all good sources for up-to-date game coverage and feeds.

More radio listening options for Rockets and Thunder.

Official NHL team websites: Rockets and Thunder.

Enjoy the exciting b-ball game from Oklahoma this evening, and always stick with MstarsNews for additional NBA gameday coverage later this week. Which top conference rival will snag the big win tonight?

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