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Oct 03, 2017
Tue, 7:00 PM
NBA Preseason: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Houston Rockets
Oct 03, 2017
Tue, 7:00 PM
BOK Center

The Oklahoma City Thunder is one of the NBA's most polarized and thoroughly discussed teams. The Thunder was originally founded in 1967 as the Seattle Supersonics. While they were in Seattle, the Sonics won six division titles and three Western Conference titles- 19778, 1979, and 1996. In 1979 they also won the NBA Championship. In 2008 the franchise moved to Oklahoma City, and it was a very controversial move. Many accused the NBA of conspiring to move the team away from Seattle despite promises that the team would remain in Seattle. Since the move to Oklahoma City, the Thunder has been one of the NBA's premiere teams. This run of success has been built on two players, Kevin Durant, and Russel Westbrook, and as far as tandems go, it doesn't get any better than those two. The Thunder have won their division the last four seasons running and won the Western Conference in 2012.

Since 2010 the Thunder have been near the top of the league, however this season they have taken a step back, largely due to injury. Kevin Durant has missed most of the season with injury problems, and that has forced Westbrook to do everything. Westbrook is making a strong MVP run.

The Oklahoma City Thunder finished the 2014-2015 regular season with a record of 45-37, good for 9th place in the Western Conference, narrowly missing the playoffs. The Thunder scuffled a little towards the end of the season which is what led to falling out of 8th place in the Conference in the final week. The Thunder held the 14th selection overall in the 2015 NBA draft, and used it to select Cameron Payne, a point guard from Murray State. The Thunder then used their second round draft choice on Dakari Johnson, a center from Kentucky with nice size at 6'11”, 263 pounds.

The biggest change for the Thunder though was the head coach. The Thunder elected to move on with Scott Brooks and replaced him with Florida Gators head coach Billy Donovan It has been thought for a while that Donovan was headed to the NBA. Donovan's biggest task will be to win over the support of star players Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.

The Oklahoma City Thunder had a very good 2015-2016 season. The Thunder finished the regular season with a record of 55-27, good for the third seed in the Western Conference playoffs. They took on the Dallas Mavericks in round one of the NBA playoffs, and won that series in five games. In round two, the Thunder defeated the San Antonio Spurs in six games. In the Western Conference Championship Series, their opponent was the Golden State Warriors, and they lost the series in seven games.

During the off season, the biggest task was working with Kevin Durant and his free agency decision. In a move that many thought was a cowardly act by Durant, he signed with the Warriors. This caused many fans of the game to become upset, and many wondered if this NBA “super team” concept has been taken too far. After a draft day trade that left them with no first round pick, the Thunder had a quiet off season.

So far this season, the Thunder are going about the pace everyone thought. They currently stand with a record of 35-28, good for the seven seed in the Western Conference. Russell Westbrook is on pace to become the second player in NBA history to average a triple-double for an entire season, the first having been Oscar Robertson.


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