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Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder Tickets

The Oklahoma Thunder are going to rebound in a huge way in the 2013-14 season. Last season they had the second best regular season record in the league with 60 wins and 22 losses, only the Miami Heat at 66 wins and 16 losses had a better regular season. Russell Westbrook will be healthy to start the season which many can legitimately argue is the only reason that they did not reach the NBA finals and were instead knocked out by the Memphis Rockets in the second round. Losing their star guard in the first round of the 2013 playoffs will turn out to be an unexpected benefit this season because it forced the Thunder management to realize that they must develop a more balanced offense. 

The Thunder have the second best small forward in the game in Kevin Durant and they also have arguably the second best scoring guard in Russell Westbrook. In 2012-13 the Thunder was limited offensively because many times they were caught standing and watching their two stars carry the scoring load. This year, the coach has had a complete offseason to find out other ways to more equitably distribute the scoring responsibility so the team can overcome potential injuries. 

The Oklahoma Thunder will have a better inside game this season as Serge Ibaka has devoted his entire offseason to improving his scoring skills in this area. The team’s bench play will also be improved at their young players, most notably guards Reggie Jackson and Jeremy Lamb have demonstrated in both the playoffs and summer league that they are ready to be consistent contributors. 

However, the biggest advantage that the Thunder will have this upcoming season is a sense of redemption and revenge. Last season they were on the path to the 2012-2013 Finals until star guard Russell Westbrook suffered his injury. The opportunity to play in the Finals was taken away by an unexpected injury and this team will want to return to the big stage with a vengeance.

The Oklahoma Thunder are a team to follow in 2013-14 because they are one of the few teams that can legitimately challenge the current NBA Champion Miami Heat.



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Preseason: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Toronto Raptors Oct 17, 2014
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INTRUST Bank Arena
Wichita, KS
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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Oct 19, 2014
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BOK Center
Tulsa, OK
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Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder History

The Oklahoma City Thunder are Seattle transplants. They originated in the Pacific Northwest, playing as the SuperSonics. Those Sonics first stepped onto the court in 1967 and immediately struggled. Of course, those first few seasons gave the team an opportunity to stock pile some talented young players.

Gus Williams and Dennis Johnson manned the backcourt with Jack Sikma playing center. This lineup ultimately played in two NBA Finals, winning one in 1979. This would be the only finals victory for the franchise.

The Sonics easily dispatched the Lakers in the first round, but took seven games to take out the Suns in the next round. All this set up a rematch with the team that beat them in the finals in the previous season, the Washington Bullets. Dennis Johnson won the Finals MVP as he averaged 23 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists in the short five-game series.

Seattle stuck around in the 1980s, reaching the playoffs with the likes of Tom Chambers and Dale Ellis. In the 1990s, Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp were bona fide superstars and Hershey Hawkins, Sam Perkins, and Detlef Schrempf provided the support. This squad played in the NBA Finals in 1996, but lost to the Chicago Bulls. Unfortunately, this talented team could not get back, as then the Utah Jazz had usurped them as the favorite in the Western Conference.

Eventually, Sonics owner Clay Bennett picked a fight with the city and moved the team to Oklahoma City. The new city welcomed the newly named Thunder and its burgeoning star Kevin Durant. Soon Russell Westbrook joined him and the Thunder became a perennial playoff team. As Durant and Westbrook reached the level of superstardom the franchise came closer and closer to the Finals. They got back there in 2012 and met the Miami Heat. The Heat beat them, but the Thunder will be back soon.



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