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The Oklahoma City Thunder is an American basketball team located in the state of Oklahoma. It belongs to the Northwest Division in the Western Conference. This NBA franchise was previously based in Seattle and named the SuperSonics. OKC has yet to win a championship.

Oklahoma City Thunder roster for 2023-2024

Starting five

Josh Giddey
Luguentz Dort
Jalen Williams
Chet Holmgren

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Oklahoma City Thunder Store

The official NBA jersey of the Oklahoma City Thunder is in stock on the NBA Store. It is available in three different colors: white (home), blue (away) and orange (Jordan edition).

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Oklahoma City Thunder jersey - Icon Edition
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Oklahoma City Thunder jersey - Statement Edition
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Oklahoma City Thunder jersey - Association Edition

Frequently asked questions about the Oklahoma City Thunder

Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the Oklahoma City Thunder.

At home, the Oklahoma City Thunder host their opponents at the Paycom Center. This arena can accommodate up to 19,600 spectators.

The Oklahoma City Thunder is owned by a group of investors led by Clay Bennett. Bennett, an Oklahoma City-based businessman, led the group that bought the Seattle SuperSonics in 2006. In 2008, after efforts to secure a new stadium in Seattle failed, Bennett moved the team to Oklahoma City and renamed it the Thunder.

The history of the Oklahoma City Thunder also includes the era of the Seattle SuperSonics. Indeed, the franchise moved from Seattle to Oklahoma City in 2008. Here’s a list of some of the most legendary and iconic players from both eras.

Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant spent much of his early career with the Thunder. He won the MVP title in 2014 and was a multiple All-Star with the Thunder. In addition, he also led the team to an NBA Finals appearance in 2012.

Russell Westbrook

Another franchise icon, Russell Westbrook spent eleven seasons with the Thunder. With OKC, he was named MVP in 2017. Westbrook is known for his intensity and energy. He is the only player in NBA history to record three consecutive seasons with an average triple-double.

Gary Payton

Gary Payton is one of the best defensive point guards in NBA history. He played 13 seasons with the SuperSonics and was a key part of the team that reached the NBA Finals in 1996. This Seattle legend was named All-Star nine times. He is the franchise’s all-time leader in assists and steals made.

Shawn Kemp

Shawn Kemp, nicknamed “The Reign Man”, was known for his aerial game. With Gary Payton, he formed one of the most exciting duos of the 1990s.

Ray Allen

Ray Allen is one of the best three-point shooters in NBA history. He played five seasons with the SuperSonics. During his career with Seattle, he was selected for the All-Star Game three times. He remains one of the franchise’s all-time leading scorers.

Paul George

Although his time with the Thunder was relatively short, Paul George was an important player for the franchise during the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons. He was named All-Star in each season with the Thunder and finished second in MVP voting in 2019.

Jack Sikma

Jack Sikma was a mainstay of the SuperSonics era. He made a major contribution to the team that won the NBA championship in 1979. In addition, he has seven All-Star Game selections during his career with Seattle.

Dennis Johnson

Dennis Johnson played a large part of his career with the SuperSonics. He was invaluable in the quest for the NBA championship title achieved in 1979. Johnson was named Finals MVP that year. In addition, he was selected for the All-Star Game five times with the Sonics.

Nick Collison

Nick Collison spent his entire 14-year NBA career with the franchise, in both Seattle and Oklahoma City. Although he wasn’t a superstar, his leadership, work ethic and team loyalty made him an iconic figure for the franchise.