OKC: Through the Years of Basketball

OKC

Franchise History:
OKC, which stands for Oklahoma City Thunder, is a professional basketball team based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The franchise was established in 1967 as the Seattle SuperSonics and moved to Oklahoma City in 2008.

Titles:
The OKC Thunder has won one NBA championship, which they achieved in the 1978-1979 season when they were known as the Seattle SuperSonics.

Famous Players:
The franchise has had several talented and famous players over the years. Some notable players include Gary Payton, Shawn Kemp, Ray Allen, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and current star player Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

Jersey Info:
The OKC Thunder's team colors are blue, orange, and white. They have different variations of jerseys, but their main home jerseys feature a blue base with white and orange accents.

Story:
The franchise's story began in Seattle, where they played as the SuperSonics. They had successful seasons, including their NBA championship win in 1979. However, the team faced financial difficulties, and ownership eventually decided to relocate the team to Oklahoma City in 2008. Since then, the OKC Thunder has become a competitive team in the NBA, with multiple playoff appearances and a strong fan base.

Random OKC Players

Keyontae Johnson, team OKC
Cason Wallace, team OKC
Josh Giddey, team OKC
Kenrich Williams, team OKC
Jalen Williams, team OKC

All OKC Players

Ousmane Dieng, team OKC
Josh Giddey, team OKC
Olivier Sarr, team OKC
Isaiah Joe, team OKC
Keyontae Johnson, team OKC
Lindy Waters III, team OKC
Jalen Williams, team OKC
Davis Bertans, team OKC
Luguentz Dort, team OKC
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, team OKC
Chet Holmgren, team OKC
Tre Mann, team OKC
Vasilije Micic, team OKC
Aleksej Pokusevski, team OKC
Cason Wallace, team OKC
Aaron Wiggins, team OKC
Jaylin Williams, team OKC
Kenrich Williams, team OKC