It's a matchup of two of the best teams in the West as the Thunder visit the Lakers.

Oklahoma City is first in the Conference with a 38-12 record. Los Angeles enters the game third at 31-19.

The game can be seen nationally on TNT at 10:30 p.m. ET.

Both teams enter this one playing fairly well, each having won seven of their last 10.

The Lakers are looking for some payback for the last time these two teams met. On Feb. 23, OKC beat Los Angeles 100-85.

It's also Derek Fisher's return to L.A. since being traded. The Lakers sent the veteran point guard to the Rockets on the day of the trade deadline. Houston bought Fisher out, who went on to sign with the Thunder.

Oklahoma City has yet to lose since signing Fisher. He's averaging 3.8 points per game since joining his new team.

L.A. enters this game having faced some turmoil recently. Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum have both been benched by head coach Mike Brown in the past few games.

There's a good chance this will be a high scoring affair. The Thunder come into tonight as the highest scoring team in the NBA at 103.7 points per game. Kobe Bryant leads the Lakers, as well as the rest of the league, with 28.3 points per contest.