James Harden will look to improve his poor record against his former side when the Houston Rockets host the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA.

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The game is scheduled for a 9.30 pm ET (8 am IST) start with live coverage on TNT in the United States and Sony Six in India. The action can be watched online via live streaming in the US HERE. International viewers, including India, can live stream the game HERE.

Harden has been on the winning side in only one of four games against the Thunder ever since his trade to the Rockets, with the All-Star guard held to his lowest points total in a game this season the last time the two teams met.

That game was a rout with the Thunder romping to a 117-86 victory late last year, with Harden, who is averaging 24.6 points per game this season, managing a mere eight points on 2-of-9 shooting.

However, Houston are faring quite well at the moment, having won five of their last six games, including a 103-100 victory at the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday.

The Rockets trailed for most of the game against the Pelicans, but went on a big fourth quarter run to pull off an impressive win.

"We got some stops," Rockets coach Kevin McHale told the team's official website. "We were having a hard time stopping them and made a couple of adjustments defensively that seemed to help us a little bit. We tried to get the ball out of [Eric] Gordon's hands. He was a handful tonight. 

"Then we got some stops, got some rebounds, ran out, got fouled, and tried to get to the line.  James made a big shot late. Got a big stop, Chandler [Parsons] got a rebound, made the free-throw and then we just kind of worked from there."

The Thunder, still without Russell Westbrook, are coming off a 90-87 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday, but with Kevin Durant doing what Kevin Durant does best - score and make the big plays when it matters.

"It was a well-played game," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said after the narrow loss. "They're a tough, physical team and we are too. It could have gone either way with a bounce here or a bounce there.

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Houston Rockets' Francisco Garcia reacts after scoring against Oklahoma City Thunder.

"We had a lot of good looks from the three. We have to step up and continue to put ourselves in a position to make those shots. Our defense was good other than we let one guy get loose on us."