Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar held a watch party for fans of the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday night.
Fans filled the restaurant for Game 6 of the Western Conference Playoffs, where the Thunder faced the San Antonio Spurs.
"I'm expecting them to definitely win it tonight, you know game six being at home because they play so well at home," said fan Matt Reynolds. "As well as they played game three, I think it'll turn out well."
Both Academy Sports and Dick's Sporting Goods re-opened their doors at all Tulsa locations to sell T-shirts when the Thunder won Wednesday night.
The game aired Wednesday night on TNT.
Buffalo Wild Wings is located in the 6000 block of East 41st Street in Tulsa.
Academy Sports has locations at 6120 East 41st Street and 7850 South 107th East Avenue in Tulsa.
Dick's Sporting Goods has locations at 10021 East 71st Street and 7523 South Olympia Avenue in Tulsa.
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