Oklahoma City is 38-12 SU and 30-18-2 ATS; it's coming off a 127-96 win over Phoenix on the 8th as a 14 point fav.
The win over the Suns was the finale of a three-game home stand.
Thabo Sefolosha scored 18 points in the win over the Suns.
Note though that Oklahoma City is in fact just 9-10 ATS this year after three or more consecutive victories.
Phoenix is 17-34 SU and 20-28-3 ATS; it's coming off back to back losses, including the lacklustre setback to the Thunder.
To say this is a "revenge game" would be an understatement as the Suns have lost nine straight in the series.
And to say the team is focused on atoning for that setback would be an understatement as well:
"Every loss is disheartening, but by that many points, that's embarrassing - that adds a little more," said Phoenix forward Michael Beasley afterwards. "That's where we want to be in the near future."
But it's interesting to note that Phoenix is 4-3 ATS this year after playing three consecutive road games.
Behind a highly focused effort, I look for the home side to keep this one much closer than what the oddsmakers are leading us to believe; grab the points!