Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas TX Tickets
Oklahoma City Thunder is a franchise of the NBA. The team is part of the Western Conference and plays in the Northwest Division. The Thunder, along with the Tulsa Shocks a WNBA team, are the only two professional major league sports teams, to be based in the state of Oklahoma. Before moving to Oklahoma the team was headquartered in Seattle and known as the Seattle SuperSonics. They had to relocate to Oklahoma in 2008 because of a disagreement between Clay Bennet, owner of the team and lawmakers in Seattle. Even though the team has had little time to adapt to the change, they have done considerably well. Get Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas tickets and watch the team play live.
The Oklahoma City Thunder, or the Seattle SuperSonics as they were known then, have many achievements to show for their time in Seattle. They featured in the playoffs twenty two times and won their division six times. Between 1995 and 2005 the team performed consistently well and got five division wins. While in Seattle they won three conferencetitles as well which included two back to back in 1978 and 1979, followed by another one in 1996.
The year 1979 stands out prominently in the history of the team since they won their first and only NBA championship during that year. It was a tough move leaving all the history behind and moving to Oklahoma, but the team refused to relent on their performance. In the six years they have been in Oklahoma, the team has won four division titles and a conference championship. Get Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas tickets and watch the Thunder play against the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center. Dallas, located in Texas, is a very sophisticated and modern city, ranked as the ninth largest city in the US.
The preseason game against the Mavericks will allow the Thunder to test out their roster, with two new inclusions in the team; Mitch McGary from Michigan and Josh Huestis from Stanford. Captained by forward Kevin Durant, who is the 2014 NBA Most Valuable Player, it will be interesting to see how the Thunder fare against the Mavericks.