Oklahoma City Thunder Stay Hot Another Season

By on July 13, 2017

The Oklahoma City Thunder are one of the hottest teams in the NBA right now. They have established a high standard for what basketball teams should look like, and they keep winning games. Tickets to Oklahoma City Thunder games are big money items as a result of this. Whether you’re a long time NBA fan, or just the casual basketball enthusiast, OKC games are exciting events. Buy your tickets now and get set to see one of the most exciting teams in all of basketball put on a show you won’t forget.

Originally, the Thunder were located in Seattle, and known as the Supersonics. The franchise was founded in 1967, and then moved to OKC in 2008. The team saw quite a bit of success in Seattle, and even won the NBA Championship in 1979. When the team first relocated to Oklahoma City, there were some obvious adjustments that needed to be made, but soon after, the team found its groove. By 2011, the team was one of the top rated in all of the NBA, and made it to the NBA Finals during the 2011-2012 season. Although they lost to the Miami Heat in that series, the team set a standard that they have not backed away from. Today, the Thunder continues to be regarded as one of the most competitive teams in the league. With a number of future Hall of Famers having graced the team recently, the Thunder continue to win games and stand at the top of their Division.
Some of the top players to play with the Thunder include Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant (now with the Golden State Warriors), and Nate McMillan (with the Supersonics).

The Thunder play at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, right in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. And although they are fairly new to the OKC, they have quickly established themselves as a staple of the city. Tickets to Oklahoma City Thunder games are red hot, and they often sell out quickly. Basketball fans need to act fast when tickets are available to ensure that they have the best seats to one of the biggest teams in the NBA.

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