2012 NBA Playoffs Spurs vs. Thunder Western Conference Finals Schedule
Game one of the Western Conference Finals in the 2012 NBA playoffs is on Sunday, May 27, 2012. The Oklahoma City Thunder traveled to San Antonio to take on the Spurs. Both teams have dominated so far in the playoffs. However, only one team will emerge victorious after this series. Which one do you think it will be? These NBA playoff games will be shown live streaming online and also televised on the TNT channel worldwide.
OKC swept Dallas, and then they beat the L.A. Lakers in five. San Antonio swept past Utah and the L.A. Clippers. These two are the obvious best in the West. It will be a matchup of the old vs. the young. So far, the Spurs have been great against the Thunder, but perhaps the new guys will be able to bring something else to this series. It’ll be a battle of OKC’s Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden against the veteran, talented trio of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli and Tony Parker of the Spurs!
All of the OKC vs. San Antonio playoff games will be on TV, or possibly live streaming online. Game 5 of the Western Conference finals is scheduled for Monday, June 4 at 9 p.m. on TNT. Game 6 will be on Wednesday, June 6 live from Oklahoma City, and game 7 will be Friday, June 8 at 9 p.m. on TNT if needed.
OKC Thunder vs. SA Spurs
Schedule & Results:
Game 1: OKC 98 SAS 101
Game 2: OKC 111 SAS 120
Game 3: OKC 102 SAS 82
Game 4: OKC 109 SAS 103
Game 5: MON 6/04 9 PM EST*
Game 6: WED 6/06 9 PM EST*
Game 7: FRI 6/08 9 PM EST*
*Games 5-7 are if necessary
You may be able to find some of the OKC Thunder vs. San Antonio Spurs playoff games live streaming through the NBA website via TNT Overtime. Usually, this offers multiple camera angles of the game and different features that NBA fans can truly appreciate. See the NBA site for more details on the live stream video feed coverage of the NBA Western Conference Finals.
Hopefully this series will be an entertaining one. The winner of this moves on to compete for the NBA Championship. Do you have a team you hope will win?