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Among NBA teams, Oklahoma City Thunder tickets are some of the most difficult to find as the Chesapeake Energy Arena has been at or near capacity for the vast majority of the team's home games. Individual, single game ticket prices range from $10 in the terrace level up to nearly $300 on the lower level. In addition, the organization offers a season ticket waiting list, the "Thunder Rewards Zone" with available tickets on gamedays and several multi-game packages. Get all the details on how to purchase tickets, available plans, promotions and more.
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2017-2018 will be the team's 10th season in Oklahoma City. The Thunder is one of the NBA's hottest teams, and the schedule shows it. OKC will make a number of appearances on national television, more than just about any other team. Top games include the Oct. 19 home opener against the Knicks, a Christmas Day home game against Houston and the Nov. 22 and April 3 visits by Kevin Durant and the Warriors. See the full schedule.
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The Oklahoma City Thunder plays its home games at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown Oklahoma City, located on Reno Avenue between Robinson and E.K. Gaylord, just north of I-40. Built in 2002, the Chesapeake Energy Arena is state of the art. The 586,000 square foot arena seats over 18,000 and features over 3000 club seats, 7 party suites and 49 private suites. Extensive renovations, including expanded amenities and suites, began in 2008 and concluded with a re-designed grand entrance in 2012. Get a detailed look at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, with a map and driving directions. Also, here is a breakdown of restaurant and dining options within the arena.
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There is always inexpensive, convenient parking near the Chesapeake Energy Arena for Oklahoma City Thunder games, either short-term or long-term. If you're just in for one game, special event parking is available for $10. Get all the details on the best parking areas nearby, from covered garages to lots in Bricktown.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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Television & Radio
Oklahoma City Thunder games can be found on television's new "Fox Sports Oklahoma" network. Previously known as "Fox Sports Southwest" in Oklahoma, the regional network carries nearly all OKC games in 2017-2018 and reaches more than 1.5 million homes in the state. All of the games will be broadcast in HD. Veteran play-by-play announcer Brian Davis leads the television broadcast team, and fifteen-year NBA veteran Michael Cage returns for his 4th season.
The other Thunder games in 2017-2018 are exclusive national broadcasts on ABC or TNT. See the schedule above for details.
On radio, the Thunder signed an exclusive radio agreement with Citadel Broadcasting. All games will be broadcast on WWLS 640 AM and WWLS-FM 98.1 FM, known locally as "The Sports Animal."
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Thunder Apparel & Merchandise
Whether you're a Thunder maniac yourself or are looking for a gift to get that Oklahoma City Thunder fan in your life, you can purchase official team merchandise and apparel at several places other than at the game. Get information on where to buy your Thunder gear and gifts. Also, learn about the history of all the Thunder uniforms.
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As the legend goes... "A great herd of American bison was lost in the Arbuckle Mountains during a ferocious storm - the kind only Oklahoma can produce." One bison saved all of his friends and was struck by lightning. The bolt changed him, and he began to walk on two legs with incredible strength and dexterity. Not until there arrived a group of players with similar qualities, the Oklahoma City Thunder, did he finally feel like he fit in. So he joined the team. And now, he's a highlight of Thunder games, also available for birthday parties and other events.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Oklahoma City hosts Dance Team auditions each summer. Any woman 18 or older is able to audition. For the 2017-2018 NBA season, the team named the "Thunder Girls" after final auditions held at Riverwind Casino in Norman. Get information on this year's Thunder Girls and find out how to buy the Thunder Girls Calendar. Also, here is information on other Thunder game night entertainment groups such as the Thunder Drummers and Rain Drops junior dance team.
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If you're flying in for an Oklahoma City Thunder game, you might want to look at a hotel near the airport, but for those looking to stay just a short walking distance from the Chesapeake Energy Arena, there are several excellent choices, including the pictured historical Skirvin (which some New York Knicks players famously blamed for a loss to the Thunder in early 2010 due to it being supposedly haunted). Get details on the best nearby hotel options.
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The history of the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA franchise begins with an unlikely scenario following a catastrophic natural event. The New Orleans Hornets were forced to temporarily relocate after 2005's Hurricane Katrina. OKC stepped up and exceeded expectations by fervently supporting the young team during their two year stay. A powerful message was sent. Oklahoma City was ready for the big leagues. The Hornets returned to rebuilding New Orleans, and OKC would be left hoping for an NBA opportunity. It came when a group of OKC-based investors purchased the Seattle SuperSonics from Starbucks mogul Howard Schultz in 2007. After a funding & legal battle in Seattle, a settlement was reached and the team approved for relocation to Oklahoma City.