Hopefully you won't see any power outages, but fans are expecting the Oklahoma City Thunder to make lots of noise, in tonight's game.
Local businesses are feeling the effects of a winning team, rocking the NBA.
Channel 8's Kim Jackson stopped by a few hotspots, you'll see tonight.
There was quiet before the storm at the Fox and Hound Sports Bar. Tonight, when Thunder hits, there will be standing room only.
This time of the year, is quiet for spots like the Fox and Hound. But they are expecting some Thunder, to bring in crowds.
"Its like what we call summer sports, sleeping sports, Nascar, baseball golf things you can watch a while and come back and still playing three hours later," explained Chuck Maresca, manager at Fox and Hound.
The crowds and excitement required preps like the Superbowl or Bedlam, more drinks, more food, more service--and more friendly fans.
"Actually it's pretty one sided, very pro Thunder and its just like watching a football game, all it takes is one three point shot, one dunk and the whole crowd erupts like one."
You could have stopped by Merritts Bakery if you're watching the game at home. They had Thunder cookies and cupcakes.
The Thunder is shaking up fans--everywhere.
"Our power even flickered the other night," said Leslie House, of storms, but applies to the team.
Leon's Sports Bar on Brookside is expecting so many customers, they'll have to go with, one customer out, one customer in.
"Capacity, where it is standing room only, we literally cannot have anymore or the fire marshall when shut us down. So it's gets pretty crazy in here," she said.
Their, customers promised to show up four hours early, to grab a seat. Midtown, or Southbound you don't have to watch the game alone.
"It's it's a communal experience, like being part of one big giant living organism. It's more fun, if you have somebody to you can turn around slap their hand and go from there," said Maresca.
They're expecting such a crowd, your advice is to be there early.