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Led by perhaps the NBA’s most potent one-two punch, the Oklahoma City Thunder always put on a fantastic show. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook power a dynamic offense, delivering highlight-reel performances night after night for one of the hottest crowds in pro sports at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The two superstars have led OKC to the Western Conference Finals on four separate occasions but have yet to achieve their goal of hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy. With their stars entering the season healthy and a supporting cast of playoff-tested role players, the Thunder are sure to be a key player in the West in 2015-16. Oklahoma City Thunder tickets are available now for each home and away game on the schedule—claim the best seats in the house today!
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Durant, Westbrook Powering OKC Back to Playoffs
Each night the Thunder take the floor, they boast two of the top basketball players in the world in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. The dynamic duo is doing all they can to preserve OKC’s third-place position in the Western Conference, and with the Clippers breathing down their necks, there’s no better time to lock up cheap Oklahoma City Thunder tickets than right now.

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OKC will need to endure a handful of true tests at Chesapeake Energy Arena, including the Clips (3/9), the Trail Blazers (3/14) and Houston Rockets (3/22) this month alone. Discount tickets are on sale now for each contest, with Clippers-Thunder seats selling for just $24 if you act quickly. Don’t miss out on this thrilling playoff run—Razorgator is your ticket in the door!

Oklahoma City Thunder 2015-2016 News and Updates

The Oklahoma City Thunder has officially been eliminated from the NBA playoffs, but they very nearly overtook the league leader, the Golden State Warriors. After taking just one loss at the beginning of the Conference Finals, the Thunder beat out the Warriors game after game until they were just one win away from advancing to the championship round. Unfortunately, this is where the Thunder’s momentum ended and the Warriors were able to come back and secure three consecutive victories to sweep the finals and steal the shot at becoming NBA champions. While the Thunder is going to be knocked out of the running, fans know they fought hard and came heartbreakingly close to dethroning the Warriors.
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As the number three seeded team, fans had high hopes for the Oklahoma City Thunder as the playoffs progressed. They were able to beat out the Dallas Mavericks and number two San Antonio Spurs without too much difficulty. Even the loyalist fans may have been surprised when the Thunder took on the league leader, the Golden State Warriors, however. They got on a roll after beating the Warriors in an away game with a final score of 108-102. While they took a loss in game two, they came back stronger than ever with a 105-133 victory back on their own court. If you missed this amazing match, be sure to catch the next playoff home game as the Thunder goes toe to toe with the league’s champion favorite.

The Oklahoma City Thunder hasn’t been the most high profile team so far this season, but their performance in the postseason has gotten the attention of basketball fans, including one NBA legend named Charles Barkley. In the Western Conference Finals, Barkley predicts OKC to overtake the Warriors in six games thanks to huge performances from Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. With Game 1 ending in a 108-102 win for Oklahoma, that prediction is on its way to becoming a reality. Games 3 and 4 will be held at Golden State’s home court at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Sunday, May 22, and Tuesday, May 24. Tickets are still available now for both games starting at $169 and $146, respectively.

As the Oklahoma City Thunder went into the Conference Semifinals against the number two team in the league, the San Antonio Spurs, fans knew it was going to be an uphill battle. Things started off just as expected, with the Thunder taking an early loss in game one. Now that game five has concluded, fans are shocked and excited for the Thunder. They have taken three victories, only giving their opponents two. This means if they are able to beat the Spurs in the home matchup on May 12th, they will be moving on to the Conference Finals to face either the Golden State Warriors or the Portland Trail Blazers.

The first round of the playoffs is officially over and the Oklahoma City Thunder is moving on the Conference Semifinals. After only taking a single loss against the Dallas Mavericks, the Thunder looks to be in a really good spot. Unfortunately, they lost their first game against their next opponents, the San Antonio Spurs. The Thunder didn’t waste any time, however, and came back to edge out a 98-97 victory in game two. The two opponents are heading back to Oklahoma City for the next two games, so be sure to get your tickets and show your support as they play on their own court. The fight for the spot in the Conference Finals is on.

The Oklahoma City Thunder is one of the few teams that have wrapped up their first round in the playoffs. They were matched up against the Dallas Mavericks and finished the series on April 25 with four wins to one. The Thunder can thank Russell Westbrook for an incredible game offensively. He not only scored 34 points, but he nabbed 12 rebounds and handed off 9 assists throughout the game. The Thunder’s next opponent is the intimidating San Antonio Spurs. The first game is scheduled for April 30 in San Antonio. Tickets are available already and start at $15 apiece. Now’s the time to get in on all of the exciting games live.

The Oklahoma City Thunder is officially locked in as the number three seeded team in the Western Conference for the playoffs. As a leading team, they will be kicking the postseason off on their own court. This means that, despite ever regular season game being over, you can still catch the Thunder in action as early as April 16th. In the meantime, however, fans are looking at the season record to determine what Oklahoma City’s chances are in the postseason. They took several losses right at the end, but finished with an impressive 55-27 record. Whatever the case, it is safe to assume the Thunder will really bring a strong fight with them as the playoffs begin.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are very nearly done with the regular season. With a current season record of 54-24, the Thunder have earned a spot in the playoffs. They seeded at number three, meaning their opponents will be the Portland Trail Blazers, whom the Thunder has beaten twice this season and lost to once. Additionally, Oklahoma City has 12 more victories than the Trail Blazers. It certainly looks like a favorable matchup for the Thunder to start this postseason, but they cannot relax now. If they play hard and keep their guard up, they should not have any trouble moving on to the second round. Be sure to catch the Thunder’s final home game on April 11th.

Only a few matchups remain for the Oklahoma City Thunder and the season closes out. Additionally, there is just one more home game. If you were hoping to catch the Thunder in action one last time before next season, this is your last chance. They have four home games to fight through, then they will return to Oklahoma City on April 11th for their last hurrah. The Thunder, currently ranked number three in the western conference with a season record of 52-23, will be hosting the Los Angeles Lakers. Tickets are still available starting as low as $114. Don’t miss your last opportunity to see the Oklahoma City Thunder live.

The Oklahoma City Thunder have been liking how their games have been shaking out recently. Winning their last five games in a row, the Thunder are holding tightly to their third place position in the Western Conference. Their last game against the Houston Rockets on March 22 was a close one, but the Thunder triumphed. A lot of the credit goes to point guard, Russell Westbrook. Westbrook was able to score 21 points, complete 15 assists and snag 13 rebounds in this single game alone. See this dynamic team play live on Thursday, March 24 against the Utah Jazz. Tickets can still be purchased and start at $19 a seat.

3/17/16 - Many sports enthusiasts speculated that Monday night’s matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Trail Blazers would be a preview of the upcoming first round of the NBA playoffs. While it remains to be seen if the foes will indeed be paired up in the series, the Thunder seem ready for the challenge. They beat Portland handily with a final score of 128-94. Though both teams began play on an even pace, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook led Oklahoma City on a 15-0 run to end the first quarter and the Blazers never recovered. Check out the Thunder at home against the Rockets on Tuesday, March 22, for just $28 and up.

2/11/16 - The Oklahoma City Thunder is one basketball team that is tough to beat. They are currently in third place in the Western conference and are led by the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors by just a few games. On February 11, the Thunder faced off against the New Orleans Pelicans and happened to be the favored team. Thanks to the Thunder’s strong offense in the second half of the game, they were able to pull away from the Pelicans for the 121-95 victory. Get your tickets today to see the Thunder play the Indiana Pacers on February 19. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at $26 each.

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2/4/16 - The Oklahoma City Thunder has had a pretty impressive season with 37 wins and 13 losses. However, it is no match to the Spurs and Warriors who are far ahead of the Thunder by at least five wins. The Thunder are currently on a four-game winning streak and are hoping to continue the success throughout the month of February. On February 1, the Thunder were able to easily defeat the Washington Wizards and give their home crowd a good game. The Thunder hit the road this weekend for one of the biggest games of the season against the Warriors. Get your tickets today to see the thrilling game live. Tickets start at $225 apiece.

1/28/16 - The Oklahoma City Thunder broke their seven game winning streak with a loss against the Nets on January 24. It looked like they were going to add another loss to their record when they played the Knicks on the 26, but they were able to battle back and win in overtime. Kevin Durant led the team with a season-high 44 points and also contributed 14 rebounds. He had the tying point with just 16 seconds left in regulation, and then had seven points during overtime. The Thunder also beat the Timberwolves on the 27. They will look to add another win when they host the Rockets on the 39. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $36.

1/21/16 - The Oklahoma City Thunder are in the midst of a six game winning streak, and they have won 21 of their last 25 games. Their latest victory was against the Hornets on the 20. Kevin Durant led the team with 26 points, 15 of which were in the first quarter alone. Although Russell Westbrook only had 16 points, he was on the court helping out the team. He had 15 assists and grabbed eight rebounds and was also able to steal from the Hornets five times. He sat out in the final quarter to rest since the Thunder had a strong lead. They next play the Mavericks on the 22, and tickets are still available for prices starting at $31.

1/14/16 - The Oklahoma City Thunder have won four of their last five games. Their latest victory was a pounding of the Mavericks, with a final score of 108-89. The Thunder started off strong, leading 65-44 going into halftime. The Mavericks fought back in the second half, but the Thunder were able to maintain their lead. Russell Westbrook scored no points during after an early ejection due to skirmishing with J.J. Barea. The rest of the team easily stepped up, and Kevin Durant led with 29 points. Serge Ibaka had his fourth double-double, adding 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. The Thunder host the Timberwolves on January 15, and tickets remain available for the game starting as low as $17.

1/7/16 - The bad news is that the Oklahoma City Thunder has ended their winning streak. They took a disappointing, but very close, loss against the Sacramento Kings on January 4th. The final score came to 116-104. The good news if that the Thunder has already made a comeback and earned another victory, this time against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Thunder hosted the Grizzlies on January 6th and immediately took a huge lead. In the end, the score was 94-112. Hopefully this will be the beginning of a whole new winning streak. From here, the Thunder is headed out on the road for three matches, but they will be back on January 13th to host the Dallas Mavericks.

12/31/15 - After a disappointing loss against the Bulls on Christmas, the Oklahoma City Thunder won their next two. They hosted the Nuggets on the 27 and won 122-112, and then on the 29 they had another home game against the Bucks and won 131-123. In this latest victory, rookie Cameron Payne had a good game after a rough start that saw him have two fouls within his first minute of play. In his next six minutes, he scored seven points and continued to score during the game to get a total of 16 points. Russell Westbrook led with 27 points and Kevin Durant added 26. The Thunder next host the Suns on December 31, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $25.

12/22/15 - There are very few things the Oklahoma City Thunder can complain about regarding their performance during the month of December. They have only lost one of eight games and they continue to dominate both offensively and defensively. Their last game against the Los Angeles Lakers will say it all. The Thunder was able to crush the Lakers during the first and third quarters, allowing them to only score in the teens. Their ruling performance ended the game with an easy 118-78 win. The Thunder hits the road to play against the Clippers on December 21. Tickets are still available, so don’t miss your chance to see the Thunder play live.

12/17/15 - For the first time in nearly two weeks, the Oklahoma City Thunder came up short. On December 17th, they travelled to Cleveland to take on the Cavaliers, but despite earning an early lead, the Thunder fell behind in the final quarter. The final score was 100-104. This narrow defeat officially brings the Thunder’s six-game winning streak to a close. Fans should not be disappointed, however, because the Thunder is at the top of their game. They are third in the Western Conference, which puts them ahead of nearly the entire Eastern Conference. They will play the Los Angeles Lakers on December 19th. Tickets are available starting at $71.

12/10/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder are on a roll with three wins in a row. They beat the Kings on December 6, the Grizzlies on the 8, and the Hawks on the 10. In their latest victory, Kevin Durant had a triple-double for the seventh time in his career with 25 points, 10 assists, and 12 rebounds. Russell Westbrook helped out with 23 points, and he also had 10 assists for the second time that both had 10 or more assists in a game. The Thunder next have a home-home series against the Jazz that starts in Utah on the 11 and then ends in Oklahoma City on the 13. You can still get tickets to the games, with prices starting at just $17.

12/3/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder has had things going their way. They were on a four-game winning streak and were hoping for it to continue when they stormed the court against the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night. Unfortunately, the Hawks Jeff Teague had different plans in mind. He scored 25 points throughout the game and made a handful of very big, important shots. The Hawks finished the Thunder off in the fourth quarter finalizing the score at 106-100. If you haven’t seen the Thunder live in action this season, you haven’t missed your chance. Make your holidays a little more bright and exciting by getting tickets for their upcoming game against the Sacramento Kings on December 6.

11/26/15 - After losing by 3 points to the Jazz on the 20, the Oklahoma City Thunder came away the victors in another close game when they beat the Mavericks on the 22. Russell Westbrook once again led the team with 31 points and 11 assists. He also made two baskets in the final minute of play that helped the team win. He may have had the most points, but five other players also scored double digits. The Thunder rallied back from being behind in the third period to take the victory from the Mavericks. The Thunder have another chance to beat the Jazz when they play them in Utah on the 23. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $15.

11/19/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder has had their ups and downs during the month of November. During the second week, the Thunder won three straight games in a row and quickly after lost two straight. However, on Wednesday night the Thunder was able to beat the New Orleans Pelicans. This wasn’t an easy win as the Thunder continued to miss lay-ups, turnover the ball, and lacked the ability to play team ball. It all came down to the fourth quarter, when the Thunder successfully pulled away from the Pelicans for the 110-103 victory. Don’t miss your opportunity to see the Thunder play live on November 20 against the New York Knicks. Tickets are still up for grabs.

11/12/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder won three of their four games this week. They beat the Suns 124-103 to break their three game losing streak on Sunday, November 8. They had another strong victory against the Wizards, with a final score of 125-101. They also beat the 76ers 102-85. However, their three game winning streak ended when the Celtics beat them 100-85. The Celtics held Russell Westbrook to just 5 for 20 on the court, although he still had 27 points. They will look to get back to their winning ways when they head to Memphis to play the Grizzlies on November 16. You can still get tickets to catch the game in person, with prices starting at just $6.

11/5/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder started the season off with an incredible three-game winning streak, but they have been struggling ever since they lost against the Houston Rockets on November 2nd with 105-110. The Thunder is bound to turn this three-game losing streak around at any moment. Up next, they host the Phoenix Suns, then they travel to take on the Washington Wizards. Afterward, the Thunder will have a real chance to get their footing back with two consecutive home matches against the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics. Tickets for the former game start at $21. Be sure to secure your spot and come out to cheer the Thunder to victory once again.

10/29/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder had a solid debut on Wednesday night when they beat the Spurs 112-106. The Thunder came from behind to steal the win from the Spurs in the final moments of play. Russell Westbrook was the team leader with 33 points, and he also had 10 assists. Kevin Durant was back on the court after sitting out since February due to a broken foot. He was able to score 22 points, making 6 out of 19 field goals. He nailed two critical free throws in the final seconds to help the Thunder win. The Thunder head to Orlando to play the Magic on the 30th. Tickets remain for sale, with prices as low as $29.

10/22/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder is one of the most popular NBA teams in the league. They are stacked with all-stars like Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, who have taken them to the top almost every season. This year, the Thunder’s preseason games have gone well which hopefully indicates how their season is going to pan out. They have won four of their five preseason games, most of which were dominated by the Thunder. See if they can finally get a championship under their belt this season by getting your tickets today. Tickets for all home games are still available to purchase so don’t miss your chance. Their first home game is on October 28 against the San Antonio Spurs.

10/13/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder have won their first two preseason games, including one exhibition game against the Fenerbahce Istanbul. There is a lot of talent and depth on the current roster, and Head Coach Billy Donavan is finding ways to ensure everyone gets to play. The core-trio of Devin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka have played roughly 20 minutes in each of the two games, and many of the young players have also played the same amount. His goal is to keep players on the court for enough time to allow them to get into a rhythm. The Thunder next face the Mavericks on the 13th, and then head to Memphis to play on the 16th. Tickets remain available for as little as $3.

8/13/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder are known for their prowess on the court, but in the 2014-2015 season it wasn’t enough to get Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Serge Ibaka, and the rest of the team to the championship. The Thunder ended up finishing second in the Northwest Division with a 45-37 record. Fortunately, they can now look ahead to the 2015-2016 season. The NBA published the official schedule this week, and the Thunder can expect to be tested right away. They’ll take on the feisty San Antonio Spurs at home in the kickoff game on Wednesday, October 28. It’s sure to be a solid matchup, so don’t miss any of the excitement. Tickets are available at many different price points and start as low as $61.

2014-2015 Season

4/23/15 - It just was not meant to be for the Oklahoma City Thunder. To make it into the playoffs, the Thunder needed two things to happen: a win against the Minnesota Timberwolves, and a loss for the New Orleans Pelicans against the San Antonio Spurs. The Thunder did everything they could, and got an unheard of 138-113 win when they needed it, but the Pelicans still took the win and the final spot in the postseason, and as an added insult, the Thunder’s first-round pick next season. This disappointment mirrors Oklahoma City’s luck all season. They would play well and do their best, but circumstances beyond their control always seemed to cause them trouble. Regardless, the Thunder can end the 2015 season knowing they did everything they could and gave it their all.

4/14/15 - Everything is coming down to the wire for the Oklahoma City Thunder. They recently lost their spot in the top eight for the Western Conference, which would have guaranteed them a seed in the playoffs, but there is still a slim hope they could make it back in. First, the Thunder needs to take a victory when they play the Minnesota Timberwolves on April 15th. Then, for Oklahoma City to make it into the postseason, the New Orleans Pelicans need to lose against the San Antonio Spurs on their own court. It looks unlikely, but they still have a chance. In addition to a spot in the postseason, they would win a first-round pick for the 2015-2016 season, which would make a big difference next year.

4/10/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder has had some tough times on the court this last week. Their most recent loss against the San Antonio Spurs is the fourth consecutive defeat for the Thunder. At the moment, they have lost their place in the playoffs to the New Orleans Pelicans, but the two teams are still tied for wins. With four games remaining in the regular season, there is still a real chance they could make it back into the postseason. These last few games make all the difference. If you want to cheer the Thunder on to victory, you have two more opportunities. They could use all the energy they can get from their fans. Their next home game will be on April 10th against the Sacramento Kings.

4/3/15 - Without Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder are not the same team. Don’t tell that to Russell Westbrook, though, who has vaulted himself into the MVP conversation as he single-handedly has carried OKC throughout the last month of the season, piling up triple-doubles like no one’s business. With just seven games remaining, the Thunder maintain their tenuous hold on the eighth spot in the Western Conference, sitting just a game and a half above the New Orleans Pelicans and young all-star Anthony Davis. Can Oklahoma City finish strong and break through to the postseason? They’ll need to go through some tough teams to get there, starting with Memphis and Houston this weekend. Get seats for Rockets vs. Thunder on Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena, with prices as low as $37!

3/26/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder may be the last team in the Western Conference playoffs, but they have been dominating the court lately. They took their four-game series of home matches and made the most of it, winning all of them. The most impressive was against the Los Angeles Lakers, which ended 117-127. After an incredible first quarter that saw the Thunder rise all the way to 37 points, they played defensively while still managing to maintain a constant lead. Oklahoma City will hit the road now, but will return on April 1st to play the Dallas Mavericks. Tickets for that game are available and they start at only $29. With only five home games remaining until the postseason starts, your opportunities to see them live are running out.

3/20/15 - Unfortunately, it seems the Oklahoma City Thunder was not able to make the playoffs. That does not mean they are no longer dominating the court, however. The Thunder has won six of their last nine games, most recently in a ridiculously high-scoring game against the Boston Celtics. In fact, the Thunder managed to score an incredible 40 points in one quarter alone. The 118-122 game was a very exciting way to start their series of home games. You have three more chances to catch them live before they hit the road again. First up, the Thunder will be playing the top team in the Eastern Conference, and second in the league, the Atlanta Hawks. Tickets for the March 22nd match, which promises to excite, start at $57.

3/12/15 - As NBA teams enter into the final month of the season, the Oklahoma City Thunder are doing all they can to fight their way into the playoffs. With Kevin Durant still out of action for at least another week, Russell Westbrook continues to shoulder the load for OKC, tallying his fifth triple-double in five games in a win over the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. Big men Serge Ibaka and Enes Kanter each scored 21 points in the Thunder victory, also grabbing a combined 19 rebounds. Oklahoma City continues their current four-game home stand on Wednesday versus the L.A. Clippers, and will host the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night. Limited seats for Thunder vs. Wolves are still available starting at $81, but they won’t last for long!

3/6/15 - Despite undergoing surgery to repair a facial fracture sustained in a loss to Portland on Friday, Russell Westbrook has been on a historic tear for the Oklahoma City Thunder. He tallied his fourth straight triple-double on Wednesday versus Philadelphia, becoming the first player to accomplish such a streak since Michael Jordan in 1989. Even more impressive, he racked up 49 points as part of the stat line, joining Jordan and “Pistol” Pete Maravich as the only players in NBA history to record consecutive triple-doubles while also scoring 40-plus points in each game. The fiery guard will do his best to continue his incredible play in the absence of superstar Kevin Durant, as the Thunder get set to host the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. Get in the game for as low as $24!

2/26/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder continues its winning streak, now up to eight games in a row. Russell Westbrook dominates the statistics with most assists in the last six games, most points in three of the games, and most rebounds in two. He set a record with 17 assists in the Denver Nuggets game on February 22. In the February 19 game against the Dallas Mavericks Serge Ibaka made a single game record with 22 rebounds. The Thunder are on the road until Wednesday (3/4), when they host the Philadelphia 76ers. Get your tickets now before they’re gone. Prices start at $14, and what better way to break up the boredom of winter than to come out to the Chesapeake Energy Arena and cheer for the Thunder.

2/20/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder have to be proud of Russell Westbrook, the MVP of the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. Following the game, the trade deadline shook up the OKC team. Reggie Jackson, Kendrick Perkins and Grant Jerrett all were traded, but the Thunder acquired Enes Kanter and Steve Hovak from the Jazz. Thunder fans can catch the new lineup in the game on Sunday (2/22) against the Denver Nuggets. Tickets start at $28, and there’s still great seats left in the Chesapeake Energy Arena. On Tuesday (2/24), the Indian Pacers come to town. Get your tickets for just $11. Enjoy some great basketball and beat the winter blues when you catch the Thunder play exciting basketball. There’s no better place to be than in downtown OKC on game night.

2/11/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder is on a three game winning streak. In Wednesday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, Kevin Durant had 26 points and Russell Westbrook scored 24, for a final score of 89-105. Nick Collison had a season high 15 points and Dion Waiters added 11 points. The Thunder come back from the break to face their favorite rival, the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday (2/19). The Chesapeake Energy Arena has all the action, and tickets are still available for this game starting at $35. Fans won’t want to miss out, so get your tickets now! On Sunday, come out for the Denver Nuggets. Find the best seats at Razorgator. The Thunder are just a half-game out of the number eight position in the Western Conference.

2/4/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder continue to be plagued with injuries as Kevin Durant misses more games with an injury to his left toe. With a 24-24 record, the Thunder are second in the Northwest Division, but they’d like to do better because the West is such a strong conference. On Sunday (2/8), the Thunder host the Los Angeles Clippers at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Tickets for this game start at $43. In their last game before the break, the Thunder host the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday (2/11). Get your tickets starting at $14 from Razorgator, and enjoy great basketball with all your favorites including Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka. Oklahoma City loves their basketball team, and tickets often sell out. It’s time to Thunder Up!

1/30/15 - It’s natural to assume that playing without a perennial MVP candidate will have an impact on a team’s success. For the Oklahoma City Thunder, losing Kevin Durant—this time to a sprained toe—is a little more palatable, as fellow superstar Russell Westbrook has proven himself a capable leader and scoring threat in KD’s absence. However, even a 40-point explosion from Westbrook wasn’t enough to fill the void on Wednesday night, as the Thunder fell to the suddenly-resurgent New York Knicks, 100-92. OKC managed only 10 assists, especially surprising when compared with 29 for NY, as the Thunder dropped back to an even 23-23 record. On the bright side, Durant is considered day-to-day, and could be back in action as soon as Saturday night when his team faces Western rival Memphis on the road. A handful of seats are still available starting at $57, but they won’t be around long!

1/21/15 - The Oklahoma City Thunder is on the road until Monday (1/26) when they finally come to their fans to host the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Thunder started the season with an injured roster, but they’re back on their game with a 21-20 record which gives them the second place in the Northwest Division. Once of the newest Thunder, Dion Waiters, is happy with the team and says that they are unselfish. His teammates want him to be successful. In his first six games, he’s averaged 12.5 points per game, up from his 10.5 average when he was on the Cleveland team. Oklahoma City fans love to see their team play, so don’t want to get your tickets from Razorgator. Prices start at just $20. It’s time to Thunder Up!

1/13/15 - Kevin Durant and his Oklahoma City Thunder will be glad to get out of California, after dropping games to the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings by 20-plus points each. The Thunder’s offense has been uncharacteristically flat to start 2015, as they’ve cracked the 100-point plateau only once in four games. They were able to secure a win on Friday night versus the Utah Jazz, 99-94, behind 32 points from Durant, and 25 points plus 12 assists from Russell Westbrook. Newly-acquired Dion Waiters chipped in 15 points, as he continues to play well in his new surroundings in OKC. The Thunder will need to get a little more help on offense if they are to stay in the win column this week, with upcoming dates at the Rockets, and at home versus the Warriors. A select number of seats are available at the Toyota Center in Houston for Friday night’s showdown, starting at $51—but hurry, they won’t last long!

1/6/15 - A rash of injuries early in the season put the Oklahoma City Thunder behind the pack in the Western Conference, but they have been catching up quickly since their two all-stars returned to the lineup. Even with Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant performing at their usual high levels, though, the Thunder have been unable to get over the .500 mark yet this year. After toppling the Washington Wizards to reach an even 17-17, they were defeated by the high-powered Golden State Warriors on Monday night. They will try to finally secure a winning record this week, as they face a handful of Western opponents. OKC will host the Utah Jazz on Friday night, and you can get in the door with Razorgator starting at just $29!

1/1/15 - Even without superstar Kevin Durant in the lineup, the Oklahoma City Thunder boast plenty of offensive firepower. It was their fourth-quarter defense, however, that did them in on Sunday, as they fell to the Dallas Mavericks, 112-107. Serge Ibaka led the Thunder with 26 points and 10 rebounds, and Reggie Jackson added 21 points off the bench, but it wasn’t enough to hold on to a late lead against Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavs. Oklahoma City dropped to 15-17 on the season, although they had won seven straight before an ankle sprain took Durant back out of action. They will try to get back on track on New Year’s Eve, as they face off at home with the high-scoring Phoenix Suns. Tickets are available with Razorgator from $48, but don’t hesitate because seats are limited!

12/26/14 - If they are to continue to climb the ranks of the Western Conference, the Oklahoma City Thunder will have to overcome more injury adversity this season, as Kevin Durant remains day-to-day after a right ankle sprain suffered Thursday versus the Golden State Warriors. OKC had won seven of eight games with Durant and fellow all-star Russell Westbrook back in the lineup after a pair of early-season injuries, but with Durant back on the bench, they’ve managed only a one-point win over the struggling Lakers and suffered a close loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday. The schedule gets tougher for the Thunder, who will host Portland on Tuesday night before traveling to San Antonio to face the reigning champion Spurs on Christmas Day. Razorgator still has great seats starting at $51 for the holiday clash, but tickets are going fast!

12/17/14 - The Oklahoma City Thunder took their seventh straight win Tuesday night against the Sacramento Kings, 104-92. Kevin Durant scored 26 poitns and Russell Westbrook had seven assists and scored 32 points. The Thunder were ahead in the first quarter by 16, with only a seven-point lead at halftime. They pulled away from the Kings with just minutes to spare in the game. Since Durant has returned from his broken foot injury, the Thunder has improved 7-1. Westbrook and Durant took turns scoring shots, while the team clamped down on their defense. They outshot the kings by 47.1 percent to their 42.9 percent. It was a successful game for Durant. The 26-year-old surpassed 15,000 points, becoming the second-youngest player to accomplish the feat, next to LeBron James. Oklahoma City will try for their eighth straight win at the next game, against the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday. Tickets for the game are available starting at $41.

12/12/14 - With the return of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant from injury, the Oklahoma City Thunder are riding a three game win streak. Last night’s 114-101 victory against the Bucks seemed to solidify the idea that the Thunder have returned. In the win, Durant and Westbrook scored a combined 51 points, which seemed to signal that the all-stars are hitting their stride. However, with LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers coming to town on the 11th, the Thunder might be facing its biggest challenge yet. Look for the Thunder to return to the aggressive and relentless team that swarms the ball on defense. Tickets to see the Thunder host the Cavaliers start at just $30, and tickets begin at $17 for the December 14th matchup between the Phoenix Suns and the Thunder.

12/4/14 - Oklahoma City Thunder's season continues to be disappointing, although their ranking has risen to 3rd in the Northwest Division. Their record is now 5-13 after their latest game against the New Orleans Pelicans, in which they lost 112-104. Although Kevin Durant is back from a foot injury, scoring 27 points that included a two-handed dunk and three 3-pointers during his outing, it was not enough to put the team ahead of the Pelicans and Tyreke Evans' drives and Anthony Davis' dominance on the court. The team next visits Philadelphia to play the 76ers on Friday December 5 in game two of a three-game road stretch. The game is sure to be good, with Durant continuing to rebound from his foot injury, which still limits some of his playing time. Tickets are available, starting at $24.

11/24/14 - The Oklahoma City Thunder are not having one of the best seasons this year. To date, they sport a record of 3-10, and are 5th in the Northwest division. Their last outing was against the Denver Nuggets, which didn’t go their way. They ended up losing with a final score of 100-107. In their loss, Serge Ibaka led the Thunder with 22 points and 13 rebounds. His stellar performance wasn’t enough, and they seem to really be lacking any offensive fluidity. Kevin Durant will need to up his intensity, and the Thunder will need to adjust their offensive scheme heading into next week’s game, which is against the Nets. It should be a great game for the fans, and tickets are available now. The starting price is at a $67.

11/17/14 - With a final score of 96-89, the Oklahoma City Thunder fell just short in their game against the Detroit Pistons. After an early 9 point lead after the first quarter, Detroit caught up little by little until they were tied at the end of the fourth. In overtime Oklahoma City was only able to score 7 points against the Piston’s 14. This is the latest in a series of alternating wins and losses since the Thunder ended their losing streak last week. They are currently sitting at 3-7 and 3rd in the Northwest Division. The Thunder doesn’t have a terrible ratio so far this season, but they need to start turning things around if they want a shot at the championship. They will be playing one of the best teams in the league next, the Houston Rockets, who has a record of 8-1.

11/13/14 - Oklahoma City Thunder had an excellent game against the Sacramento Kings on Saturday. They were able to pull a win with 93-101. This is Oklahoma City’s first win since the first of the month, ending their three-game losing streak and bringing them to 2-5. They have a long way to go, currently being in the 4th spot in the Northwest Division. This last game showcased Reggie Jackson, who has been after a greater role with his team. He scored 22 points, half of which were in the final quarter, and eight of those points were in the last 2:17. Additionally, Jeremy Lamb scored 17 points, Serge Ibaka scored 14 points, and Sebastian Telfair scored 14 points. Next the Thunder will be playing the Bucks in Milwaukee on Tuesday.

11/6/14 - After three games, the Oklahoma City Thunder have lost two and won one. They took home a win against the Denver Nuggets on Saturday, and they face a long season ahead. The Thunder are playing without Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Morrow, and Mitch McGary, but they still are a contender for the NBA Championship. They come home to the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK on Friday to face the Memphis Grizzlies. They get one day off before taking on the Sacramento Kings on Sunday. The Thunder team is ready to take on their opponents no matter how many teammates aren’t on the bench with them. Reggie Jackson is expected to return to the game, which will certainly help the team. It’s time to Thunder Up!

10/27/14 - With the start of the NBA season looming, the question stands as to how long the Oklahoma City Thunder will be without their all-everything Kevin Durant. Sources are reporting that the Thunder are targeting their Christmas Day contest to get Durant back.

10/23/14 - He rolled into a news conference on a scooter. Then Oklahoma City Thunder’s all-around superstar and reigning MVP, Kevin Durant, said that he has no plans to rush his rehab from a fracture in his right foot, and considers it a “win-win” because he can learn even more about the game.

8/19/14 – The 2014-2015 Oklahoma City Thunder schedule was unleashed last week, and you won’t want to pass up any of the matchups on this 82-game slate. The Thunder tip-off the upcoming season with a game in Portland against the Trail Blazers on Oct. 29. The first home game at Chesapeake Energy Arena is slated for Nov. 1 against the Denver Nuggets. If last year’s tilt was any indication, you’ve got to be in the stands when Golden State visits on Nov. 23 for another basketball blockbuster. All eyes will be on the Dec. 11 Cavaliers-Thunder game, when KD and King James, two of the best players in the world, go head to head in what is sure to be an instant-classic. Christmas Day pits the Thunder at Spurs, in an epic 2014 playoff rematch. Oklahoma City is favored to be crowned Western Conference kings, so buy your Thunder tickets before they’re swooped up by loyal fans and bandwagoners alike!

ESPN recently released their Summer Forecast for 2014, and Oklahoma City came up with a thunderous ranking. The OKC squad is favored to win the ultra competitive Western Conference with a record of 58-24. It’s true, their odds don’t look shabby at all following the brilliant 2013-2014 campaign: after a 7-game stunner, OKC ran away with a Round 1 victory over the Grizzlies before making mincemeat of the Clippers in Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs. The Thunder were ultimately eliminated by the eventual champion San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, but things are looking better than ever in 2015. Oklahoma City is returning reigning MVP Kevin Durant, a healthy superstar in Russell Westbrook, a stellar second-year youngster in Steven Adams—not to mention an envy-inducing periphery.

OKC will certainly have the defending champs looking over their should all season long. Don't miss the most electrifying tandem in the league in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook as they're joined by familiar company in a healthy Serge Ibaka, Reggie Jackson and Steven Adams. The bench was bolstered with the additions of three-point specialist Anthony Morrow and draft pick Mitch McGary this offseason. Support the squad as they look to win their first NBA title since relocating to Oklahoma City. Score your Oklahoma City Thunder tickets now and see if they can achieve a 60-win season before the year is out!
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