Pelicans vs. Suns: TV channel, live stream, prediction, odds and radio station for Game 3

NBA Playoffs, New Orleans Pelicans, Phoenix Suns

The New Orleans Pelicans return home, looking to take a 2-1 series lead over the Devin Booker-less Phoenix Suns with a Game 3 win on Apr. 22.

The Phoenix Suns and New Orleans Pelicans first-round series is officially tied at one game apiece.

Phoenix, the reigning Western Conference champions, took Game 1 by the score of 110-99. But in Game 2, the Grizzlies picked up the 125-114 win to even the series. In Game 2, the Suns lost star Devin Booker to a Grade 1 right hamstring strain that will likely sideline him for Games 3 and 4.

Now, the series heads to the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, with Game 3 taking place on Friday, Apr. 22. Here is all of the information you need to know heading into the contest.

Pelicans vs. Suns Game 3 TV channel

Game 3 air on ESPN, with tipoff time set for 9:30 p.m. ET.

Pelicans vs. Suns Game 3 live stream

Game 3 can be live streamed on the Watch ESPN app. For those who do not have access, the game can be streamed through Fubo TV, and they do offer a free seven-day free trial.

Pelicans vs. Suns Game 3 prediction

Booker’s absence will loom large for Phoenix, as New Orleans has shown through the first two games that they can hang with them. Even with Booker sidelined, the Suns still have the talent to help lead them to a win. This team did pick up 64 wins in the regular-season, after all.

Prediction: Suns 111, Pelicans 109

Pelicans vs. Suns Game 3 odds

According to WynnBet, Phoenix is favored by two points. Phoenix is also favored by -125 in the moneyline odds, while +105 has been placed on New Orleans. The over/under for Game 3 is set at 216.5 points.

Pelicans radio

You can check out the Pelicans’ radio affiliates through the team’s official website.

Suns radio

Local affiliates can be found through the Suns Radio Network.

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