Fox Sports Oklahoma, the television home of the Oklahoma City Thunder, will continue to follow the team throughout the NBA playoffs with “Thunder Live” postgame shows after every playoff game.
The programs will air on FSOK after nationally televised Thunder playoff game broadcasts and will feature a local angle with Thunder announcers Brian Davis, Grant Long and Lesley McCaslin.
Erin Hartigan and John Rhadigan will split the host role and will be joined in studio by analyst Nancy Lieberman, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Postgame press conferences also will be posted on FoxSportsOklahoma.com along with daily updates.
•TNT’s second-round coverage continues Tuesday with another doubleheader: Brooklyn at Miami at 6 p.m. (Brian Anderson, Greg Anthony and reporter Rachel Nichols) and Portland at San Antonio at 8:30 p.m. (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and reporter Jaime Maggio).
•Former OSU wrestler Jordan Oliver will compete in the Beat The Streets Team USA vs. The World international wrestling dual meet from Times Square in New York City, which will air at 9:30 p.m. on NBCSN. Oliver, a two-time NCAA champion, will face Boris Novachkov of Bulgaria at 65 kg (143 pounds). The event features 11 top American stars against a team of world all-stars. Three past Dan Hodge Trophy winners, given each year to the nation’s best college wrestler, will compete for Team USA — former Penn State star David Taylor, former Nebraska star Jordan Burroughs and former Iowa star Brent Metcalf. Jason Knapp, former Olympic champion Rulon Gardner and reporter Chris Mannix will call the match.
•The next two films in ESPN Films’ 30 for 30: Soccer Stories documentary series will air Tuesday, with “Mysteries of the Rimet Trophy” at 6 p.m. on ESPN, followed by “Barbosa: The Man Who Made Brazil Cry.” The Jules Rimet Trophy was awarded to the nation that won FIFA’s World Cup (from 1930–1970) and was among the most-coveted prizes in sports. The film focuses on the prize’s first brush with crime — a Nazi plan to steal trophy from Italy during World War II. “Barbosa: The Man Who Made Brazil Cry” looks at goalkeeper Moacir Barbosa, who in 1949 was widely considered one of the world’s best goalkeepers. But everything changed in the 1950 World Cup, played for the first time in Brazil when with 11 minutes left in the final, Uruguay shocked the crowd of 200,000 and scored the winning goal.