The Oklahoma City Thunder average ticket price for the regular season NBA games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The largest decrease came during the 2014-15 season with a drop of 20%, moving from an average price of $56 to a $45 ticket price. Throughout these current and past seasons, four out of the six seasons maintained an average price in the $50 range. The average ticket price for the Thunder’s 2016-2017 NBA regular season is currently at $64, which is a 28% increase from the previous year and the highest ticket price in the last 5 years.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2017 Thunder Season Preview
The Oklahoma City Thunder were able to make it to their fourth Western Conference Final within the past six years but was eliminated by the Warriors in the seventh game. The Thunder still had a successful season with a 2015-2016 record of 55-27 and finishing first in the Northwest Division. Entering the 2016-2017 NBA season, the future of the team is in question as their number one player, Kevin Durant, left the team for the Golden State Warriors. Even though Durant has been the backbone of the team for the past 8 years, the Oklahoma City Thunder still have one of the top 5 players in the league with Russell Westbrook. As the Thunder’s number 1, Westbrook is expected to shine especially with the new addition of Victor Oladipo, who has shown his speed and strength for playing on both sides of the ball. The Thunder will experience a year of rebuilding but with general manager Sam Presti, head coach Billy Donovan and top player Westbrook anything is possible for the team. Whether you are planning on cheering on Oklahoma City Thunder at home or on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for Thunder tickets.
OKC Thunder Basketball at Chesapeake Energy Arena Address: 100 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102
The Thunder play their home games at Chesapeake Energy Arena, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. When filled to capacity, Chesapeake Energy Arena holds more than 18,000 screaming fans. The Thunder’s home has recently undergone renovations to make it one of the best venues in the NBA for fans. The OKC Thunder home bench is on the Chesapeake Energy Arena court side in front of sections 116-117. Chesapeake Energy Arena parking information is covered in our Thunder event guide.
Thunder vs. Trail Blazers
This matchup dates back to when the Thunder played in Seattle, but has picked up even more steam in recent seasons. Overall, the two franchises have met over 225 times. The two teams have played in close contests that are often heated, which has led this to become an up-and-coming rivalry in the NBA.
Thunder vs. Mavericks
The I-35 rivalry has become one of the intense rivalries in the NBA, highlighted by the 2011 Western Conference Finals matchup. The Thunder were the up-and-coming team while the Mavs won the NBA title not long ago, but the Thunder have closed the gap in recent seasons. With both teams always fighting for position in the Western Conference, this rivalry will only continue to get better.
Thunder vs. Grizzlies
Two franchises with young, talented players led this matchup to become a rivalry that is on the rise the NBA. The Mavs and Grizz have met in the playoffs in recent seasons, which only increased the level of this rivalry. Often physical and heated, the intensity is hard to top and will only continue to grow in the seasons to come.
Thunder vs. Warriors
This rivalry has a chance to become of the better ones in the NBA, as both the Warriors and Thunder look to be two teams on the rise. The Thunder have had the upper hand in this matchup over the years, but the Warriors have shown they are quickly becoming a factor in the Western Conference which will only add to this rivalry.
The rivalry between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder has been come to be known as the Southwest Standoff. With the old Western Conference elite, the Spurs, finding a new competition in the new Western Conference elite Thunder, seeing Durant and Duncan on the court together is a true spectacle.
Thunder in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA playoffs
The Thunder have become one of the top NBA franchises in recent seasons and they have shown no signs of going away. Established in 2008, the Thunder have a Western Conference Championship under their belt and multiple division titles. Oklahoma City will only add to that number in future seasons.
2015 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
For the first time in 5 years, the Oklahoma City Thunder missed the playoffs last season. Superstar Kevin Durrant battled a foot injury all season, and fellow star Russell Westbrook also missed time due to injury. The 2015-16 Oklahoma City Thunder come in with new leadership, with the club bringing in one of the biggest names in coaching in Billy Donovan. The Thunder also signed highly touted rookie Cameron Payne, who will learn the point guard position under veterans Russell Westbrook and D.J. Augustin. But once again Oklahoma City’s chances will ride on the shoulders of Kevin Durrant. If Durrant can return to his MVP form of two seasons ago, the Thunder will once again be a threat to win the NBA finals.
2014 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
The Oklahoma City Thunder entered the 2013-14 NBA Season with championship expectations. The core of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka were back and the Thunder looked to stand out in a packed NBA Western Conference. Kevin Durant had probably his best season of his career, finishing as league MVP, but injuries to Russell Westbrook in the regular season and Serge Ibaka in the playoffs derailed Oklahoma City’s title chances. The Oklahoma City Thunder come into the 2014-15 NBA season once again with NBA championship aspirations. The core of the Thunder’s team remains exactly the same for 2014. Kevin Durant is still one of the biggest stars in the game and Russell Westbrook looks to bounce back in 2014. The key addition for the Oklahoma City Thunder in the offseason was rookie center Mitch McGary, who looks to help Kendrick Perkins and Ibaka on the inside. The Thunder have always been able to score points, if they can take the next step on the defensive side of the court, they have a great shot at making it back to the Western Conference Finals.
2013 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
A bad injury to point guard Russell Westbrook left the Thunder powerless against the Grizzlies, falling to Memphis in five games in the second round of the playoffs after winning 60 games in the regular season. Westbrook is still rehabbing the knee to start the season, but Kevin Durant hopes to hold down the fort until he returns. Reggie Jackson will step into a starting role this season, and he could prove to be the lynchpin the Thunder are looking for. OKC will open up the season at Minnesota on Nov. 1, but will be home at the Chesapeake Energy Arena to play Phoenix on Nov. 3. Other key home games will be vs. the Clipper on Nov. 21, vs. San Antonio on Nov. 27 and vs. Houston on Dec. 29.
2012 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
If you’re looking for one of the most potent, young teams in the NBA, the list will always begin with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Led by small forward Kevin Durant, one of the most intriguing and popular players in the NBA, the Thunder have a starting five that is arguably one of the best in the NBA and ranked fifth in scoring. Point guard Russell Westbrook is the hidden gem that emerged last year to be the Robin to Durant’s Batman, and is now an All-Star who is looking to expand his game another year into his collaboration. Serge Ibaka is another revelation that OKC has stumbled upon, a hybrid center/forward that was one of the league leaders in blocks and one of the leaders of a frontcourt that ranked eighth in the league in rebounds. The mid-season trade with the Boston Celtics that brought in forward Jeff Green and Kendrick Perkins last year only solidified a team that’s going to be a perennial fixture in the championship run, and a fun one at that.
2011 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
The Oklahoma City Thunder surprised skeptics last year when they rode a young team to the playoffs, and brought eventual NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers to six games in the first round. Led by one of the best players in the league, Kevin Durant, the Thunder look poised to make a run to become a serious contender for the Western Conference title. The Thunder did not change their line up much from last year's team, but they did not really have to. Durant averaged more than 30 points per game, and is considered by some to challenge LeBron James and Kobe Bryant for MVP this coming season. Durant is also lucky enough to have a talented teammate in Russell Westbrook, who runs the point very effectively, and averaged 8 assists a game last season. The success of Oklahoma City's season hinges largely on how much of an impact their role players can make. Eric Maynor, James Harden and Serge Ibaka all had solid years in 2009. The Thunder also had a relatively productive draft, highlighted by the addition of Kansas stand out Cole Aldrich, who should provide some depth.
2010 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
Fans of the Oklahoma City Thunder should be excited about their young team as OKC heads into the 2009-2010 NBA season; their second in Oklahoma City. The Thunder are led by young superstar, Kevin Durant, who is one of the most talented young players in basketball. If Durant and his pals, Jeff Green and Russell Westbrook can mesh with new addition James Harden, then the Thunder might emerge as one of the dark horse teams in the Western Conference.
2009 Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview
The Oklahoma City Thunder are one of the most exciting teams to watch this season because of the star power in phenom Kevin Durant. This brand new Oklahoma team will bring the tradition and feel of the SuperSonics, but with a fresh new appearance - not to mention, some fresh new talent. Both Jeff Green and Kevin Durant are going to grow with this team and make the Oklahoma City Thunder the team to beat in a short time. Watching a game in the Ford Center this season should be an exciting look at one of the most highly touted new teams in recent memory.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 3/23/2017
As the end of the regular season approaches it is looking very likely for Russell Westbrook to average a triple-double for the full season. OKC has had one of their best offensive stretches within the past two weeks giving them a shot to overtake the Clippers to earn the top-4 seed in the West. The Thunder will play the Rockets for their next game on Sunday in Houston; tickets to the game have an average price of $90.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 2/28/2017
OKC climbs to No. 8 in the NBA Power Rankings this week with the return of Enes Kanter from an injury to his back and the addition of Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott via trade. Currently, the Thunder are on a three-game winning streak with wins against the Knicks, Lakers and Pelicans. The Oklahoma City Thunder have three games on the schedule for this week at they host the Jazz and then go on the road to compete against the Trail Blazers and Suns. Their one home game of the week against the Jazz has a low-ticket average of $25.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 2/16/2017
The Oklahoma City Thunder down fall recently is a tough third quarter after strong first halves. The defense has not been able to maintain their energy and the offense becomes sloppy after the part of games. The Thunder was able to dominate the best East team, Cavaliers, last week with an 118-109 win. The All-Star break has begun for the OKC team but not Westbrook as he prepares for the Sunday night game. Tickets for the All-Star game have an average price of $475.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 2/1/2017
OKC had a strong week with wins over the Mavericks, Pelicans and Jazz last week. There was a setback during the Pelicans’ game when Enes Kanter who had been playing well punched a chair which caused a fracture in his arm. This means that Kanter will be sitting out and the Thunder will give Lauvergne more minutes. The beginning of this week Oklahoma City had big games against the Cavs and Spurs in which they were not able to come up on top. The Bulls will be playing in Oklahoma City tonight, tickets for the game can be bought for as low as $14 in the upper level.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 1/19/2017
Last night the OKC traveled to Oakland for their second game against the Warriors this season. This is an important game for fans with the reunion of Kevin Durant with his former team and Russell Westbrook. The Thunder were dominated by the Warriors with a final score of 121-100 Golden State. Next week, Oklahoma City Thunder fans will see matchups against the Jazz, Pelicans and Mavericks. The only home next week will be Thunder vs Mavs with tickets averaging at $54.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 1/5/2017
Almost halfway through the season, Russell Westbrook is still averaging a triple-double, putting him on the list as an MVP for the league. After losing Kevin Durant the Oklahoma City Thunder’s ability to be a top team was in question but with a 21-15 record they have shown they are a force in the league. The Thunder are currently No. 6 in the NBA power rankings, a jump from last week. There are two more games for this week’s schedule for OKC, they will travel to Houston to play the Rockets on Thursday and then will host the Nuggets at Chesapeake Arena.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 12/20/2016
A big loss currently for OKC is guard Victor Oladipo’s sprained right wrist which has resulted in sitting out the last four games and not a clear date on when he will be able to return. Oladipo has played a big role in Oklahoma City Thunder’s wins as their No. 2 scorer with an average of 16.1 points per game. The have two more games for the week and are both on the road when they play against the Pelicans on Wednesday and then the Celtics on Friday.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 12/8/2016
Not only have the Oklahoma City Thunder turned their regular season around with a current six-game winning streak but Russell Westbrook’s triple-double streak is at six games with averages at 31 points, 10.8 rebounds and 11.3 assists per game. There is one more game for OKC this week and it will an exciting one to watch as the Rockets come to Oklahoma and as Harden and Westbrook battle offensively.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 11/22/2016
The Oklahoma City Thunder started and ended last week rough with losses against the Pistons and the Pacers. Even with those losses they were able to win crucial games against the Rockets and Nets at Chesapeake Arena. The Thunder will play the Lakers in Los Angeles tonight for their highest demand game of the week with an average ticket price of $108. The team will play against the Kings, Nuggets and Pistons for the rest of the week, ticket price averages all fall under $100.
Oklahoma City Thunder News - 11/8/2016
The Oklahoma City Thunder will finish off this week’s games hosting the Raptors, Clippers and Magic in the Chesapeake Arena. The most anticipated game will be against the Clippers, who are currently ranked as No. 2 in the NBA; the average ticket price for this matchup is currently at $62. The other matchups this week in Oklahoma City are under the low price of a $25 average price. The Thunder current season record is 6-1 and with Russell Westbrook, they are looking to maintain their winning record.