TSN primes fans for the kickoff of the 2014 CFL season with exclusive live coverage of six pre-season games, beginning Monday, June 9 as the Toronto Argonauts visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at 7pm et/4pm pt on TSN. TSNs slate of pre-season matchups also includes the gridiron debut of the CFLs newest expansion team. The Ottawa Redblacks hit the field for the first time against the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Saturday, June 14 at 6pm et/3pm pt on TSN2. TSN and TSN2s CFL pre-season broadcast schedule is as follows:• Monday, June 9 – Toronto at Winnipeg at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt on TSN• Friday, June 13 – B.C. at Edmonton at 9pm et/6pm pt on TSN• Saturday, June 14 – Ottawa at Saskatchewan at 6pm et/3pm pt on TSN2• Saturday, June 14 – Winnipeg at Calgary at 9pm et/6pm pt on TSN2• Friday, June 20 – Ottawa at Montreal at 7pm et/4pm pt on TSN• Friday, June 20 – Calgary at B.C. at 10pm et/7pm pt on TSN TSNs exclusive live coverage of the CFL pre-season is available to TSN subscribers for live streaming and on-demand viewing via TSN GO. CFL on TSNs pre-season coverage features play-by-play commentators Chris Cuthbert, Rod Black, and Gord Miller in the broadcast booth alongside game analysts Glen Suitor and Duane Forde. Fans can turn to the popular CFL on TSN panel to break down all the action with host Dave Randorf and analysts Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan, Jock Climie, Milt Stegall, and Paul LaPolice. Throughout the pre-season, TSN.ca delivers a comprehensive preview of the 2014 CFL season, featuring an in-depth look at each team as they prepare for the regular season, as well as training camp reports, blogs, tweets, and analysis from TSNs stable of football experts and Insiders. Fans can tune in to TSN radio stations across the country for live coverage of the CFL pre-season, including both games featuring the Alouettes on TSN Radio 690 in Montréal, both games featuring the Redblacks on TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa, and both games featuring the Lions on TEAM Radio 1040 in Vancouver. TSN is the official television broadcaster of the CFL with live coverage of every single game, including the playoffs and the 102nd Grey Cup in Vancouver on November 30. In 2013, Bell Medias TSN and RDS announced a broad new multi-platform broadcast agreement that extends the networks long-term partnership with the CFL through to 2018. Nikita Kucherov Jersey . 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Durant and Westbrook each scored 30 points in Thursday nights 98-95 overtime loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, combining to go 19 of 53 or a majority of the 87 shots the Thunder took. Worse, they were a chilling 4 of 21 beyond the arc with Durant missing all eight of his attempts. Thunder centre Kendrick Perkins said that wont happen again. "KD is obviously the league MVP and we expect him to be the MVP down the stretch," Perkins said. Memphis has been making Durant and Westbrook work hard for shots by crowding the paint while holding the Thunder below 40 per cent shooting in back-to-back games. Now the Grizzlies have the same 2-1 lead they had a year ago in the semifinals against Oklahoma City after consecutive overtime wins. Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger said they want to limit the easy shots and hope Durant and Westbrook miss some. "Theyre going to get them up," Joerger said. Durant and Westbrook werent alone. 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