Thunder Look To Take Back Home Court

The Oklahoma City Thunder know they let one get away in Game 3. Tonight, they look to make sure it doesn't happen again.The Thunder play Game 4 tonight at Memphis beginning at 8:30 p.m. Oklahoma City led by 16 points in the third quarter and by 13 at the beginning of the fourth, but scored just ten points in the fourth as the Grizzlies rallied to force overtime.In the overtime period, the Grizzlies continued their defensive dominance as Tony Allen refused to allow Kevin Durant to get the ball.Durant scored 22 points in the game, but none after Allen was inserted into the game with 7:42 remaining. Memphis outscored the Thunder 15-4 over that span to force overtime.Zach Randolph scored a team-best 21 points to go with 21 rebounds to lead the Grizzlies, who now lead the best of seven series two games to one.A win tonight would give Oklahoma City the home court advantage again heading back to Oklahoma City for game five Wednesday night.Tonight's game is scheduled for an 8:30 p.m. tip-off and can be seen on TNT.