Oklahoma City Thunder Milwaukee Tickets
The Oklahoma City Thunder are one of the most consistent teams in the NBA today and their regular appearances in the postseason are a testament to that. Yes, they failed to reach those heights last time around but that does not in any way disregard their form leading up to that campaign. The Thunder will be out to prove that their missing out on the playoffs last season was nothing but an anomaly. They are in good form and will soon be taking on the Bucks away from home. Grab your Oklahoma City Thunder Milwaukee tickets and watch this fascinating game of basketball live at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have a point to prove this season. Their failure to make the playoffs in the 2014-2015 season hit everyone associated with the team very hard and they would want to put that right during the latest campaign.
Beginnings in Seattle
The Thunder trace their roots back to the days of the Seattle SuperSonics who were formed in 1967. It took them a while to get going and they came into their own in the second part of the 1970’s. The Sonics went on to win the conference title in 1978 and followed that up by doing the division, conference and NBA Championship treble. After a barren run during the 1980’s, they went on to clinch one conference crown and five division titles between 1994 and 2005.
Thunder in the NBA
The franchise was then moved to Oklahoma City in 2008 and was named the Thunder. They flew out of the blocks in their new city and proceeded to win four straight division titles between 2011 and 2014. It was a more than an impressive run for a franchise that had moved to a new city just recently.
The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to bounce back in to form this season. Their encounter against the Bucks in Milwaukee is now just around the corner as well. It is a contest that fans of both teams cannot afford to miss out on. If you are one of those, then grab your Oklahoma City Thunder Milwaukee tickets and watch these two sides square off at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.