Tickets to the Oklahoma City Thunder

EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Atlanta Hawks Wed. October 17, 2018
Tulsa, OK - BOK Center

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About The Oklahoma City Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder, sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Oklahoma Thunder, were founded in 1967 as the Seattle SuperSonics. During the team's 41 years in the Emerald City, the Thunder franchise compiled a 1,745 -1,585 win-loss record, won three Western Conference championships, and one NBA title. The franchise reached the NBA Finals relatively quickly after joining the league. They lost to the Washington Bullets (now called the Washington Wizards) in the 1978 finals but avenged that defeat the following year to win the franchise's first, and as of 2010, only NBA championship.

The Thunder franchise returned to the NBA Finals in 1996 only to lose to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in six games. That season the Bulls won an NBA record 72 games (the Sonics had a pretty good season too winning 64 games). The Thunder franchise of this era featured Gary Payton, Shawn Kemp, Nate McMillan, and coach George Karl. Unfortunately for fans, the team of this era also became the first 1st-seeded team to lose to an 8th-seeded team (Denver Nuggets) in the NBA playoffs.

After a falling out between the Thunder franchise and the city of Seattle, the team relocated to Oklahoma City in 2008. OKC Thunder tickets are now sold to the Chesapeake Energy Arena (formerly the Oklahoma City Arena). Before the franchise moved to Oklahoma City, they selected Kevin Durant with the second overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. Durant quickly acclimated himself to the NBA game and eventually earned the 2008 Rookie of the Year award. In the 2009-10 season, Durant led the NBA in scoring making him the youngest player to ever win a scoring title. Other notable Thunder players (all of whom played in Seattle) include Fred Brown, Jack Sikma, Xavier McDaniel, and Dennis Johnson. Fans with Oklahoma City Thunder tickets view the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Lakers as their main rivals. The Thunder is aligned in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference.