List of Oklahoma City Thunder Accomplishments and Records

List Of Oklahoma City Thunder Accomplishments And Records

The Oklahoma City Thunder is a professional American basketball franchise based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It plays in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The franchise was the Seattle SuperSonics from 1967 to 2008 until relocated to Oklahoma City. The team plays its home games at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The Thunder is owned by Professional Basketball Club LLC and coached by Scott Brooks, with Sam Presti as its General Manager. All records and achievements shown have been accomplished in Oklahoma City.

This is a list of the accomplishments and records of the Oklahoma City Thunder, which was formerly known as the Seattle SuperSonics. The club is an American professional basketball team currently playing in the National Basketball Association.

For details on Seattle SuperSonics history, please visit Seattle SuperSonics Records.

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