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Complete Schedule for Oklahoma City Thunder on TV and Stream

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OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER


The Thunder franchise was founded back in 1967 as the Seattle Supersonics, an NBA expansion team that year. Following a huge lawsuit, an agreement was reached resulting in the move of the franchise to Oklahoma City. It was rebranded as the Thunder.

The franchise had plenty of success in Seattle going to the postseason 22 times and advancing to three NBA Finals. The Thunder have also enjoyed success making the playoffs in nine of elevens seasons through the 2018-19 campaign.

The Thunder are featured often in nationally televised games on ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, and TNT. Nearly the complete Thunder schedule can be watched on TV on FOX Sports Oklahoma. Fans can watch the entire Oklahoma City schedule via live stream by using the FOX Sports GO app or by visiting NBA.tv.

HOME OF THE THUNDER


After the move to Oklahoma City, the Thunder moved into what was then known as the Ford Center in 2002. Since, the venue has been renamed the Chesapeake Energy Arena. It also served as home to the New Orleans franchise after Hurricane Katrina. The Chesapeake Energy Arena seats 18,203 fans for Thunder home games.

CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY


The franchise claims a total of 11 division titles: six in Seattle (1978, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 2005) and five in Oklahoma City (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016). The Sonics won conference titles in 1978, 1978, and 1996. Oklahoma City won a conference title in 2012. The franchise has won one NBA title. That came in 1979 when the team was in Seattle.

BEST OF THE THUNDER


Jack Sikma was the eighth overall pick in the 1977 NBA draft. He played 10 years in Seattle and was a seven-time All-Star selection (1979-85). In just his second NBA season, Sikma averaged 15.6 points and 12.4 rebounds per game in helping the Sonics win the 1979 league championship. Sikma was also known for his defense and made the All-Defensive Second Team in 1982. He retired from the NBA in 1991 with averages of 15.6 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

Spencer Haywood came to Seattle after having been the ABA MVP in 1970. He played just six seasons in Seattle, but he his only four All-Star selections came during his time with the Sonics. Haywood played a total of 15 seasons in the NBA and finished his career with averages of 20.3 points and 10.3 rebounds.

“Downtown” Fred Brown was the sixth overall pick in the 1971 NBA draft. An All-Star selection in 1976, Brown is the second all-time leading scorer in Sonics history with 18,207 points. Brown played his whole 14-year career with Seattle. Only Gary Payton (18,207) scored more points than Brown in Seattle. Payton was a nine-time All-Star and a nine-time All-Defensive First Team selection.

Russell Westbrook was the fourth overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft. He played his first 12 NBA seasons with the Thunder. In 2017, Westbrook became the first player since Oscar Robertson to average a triple-double for the season. He earned the league MVP that season. He is a two-time NBA scoring champion and won the All-Star Game’s MVP twice.