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Oklahoma City Thunder

  • Founded: 1967
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  • History: Seattle SuperSonics (1967-2008), Oklahoma City Thunder (2008-today)
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  • Team Colors: Blue, Red, Yellow, Navy
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  • Arena: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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  • Championships:1
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  • Head Coach: Billy Donovan
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  • Arrivals: Dennis Schröder, Nerlens Noel, Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot
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  • Departures: Carmelo Anthony, Nick Collison, Kyle Singler
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  • Rookies: Hamidou Diallo, Devon Hall, Kevin Harvey
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  • Key Players: Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Steven Adams, Dennis Schröder
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  • Franchise GOAT: Russell Westbrook


Position Name Number Height Weight Date of Birth School
Guard Abrines, Alex 8 1,98 m 86 kg 03.08.1993 Spain
Guard Diallo, Hamidou 22 1,96 m 90 kg 31.07.1998 Kentucky
Guard Felton, Raymond 2 1,85 m 93 kg 26.06.1984 North Carolina
Guard Ferguson, Terrance 23 2,01 m 83 kg 17.05.1998 Advanced Prep International
Guard Robertson, Andre 21 2,01 m 95 kg 04.12.1991 Colorado
Guard Schröder, Dennis 17 1,85 m 78 kg 15.09.1993 Germany
Guard Westbrook, Russell 0 1,91 m 91 kg 12.11.1988 UCLA
Guard/Forward Burton, Deonte 30 1,96 m 113 kg 31.01.1994 Iowa State
Guard/Forward Luwawu-Cabarrot, Timothe 7 1,98 m 91 kg 09.05.1995 France
Forward George, Paul 13 2,06 m 100 kg 02.05.1990 Fresno State
Forward Grant, Jerami 9 2,06 m 100 kg 12.03.1994 Syracuse
Forward Hervey, Kevin 37 2,03 m 96 kg 09.07.1996 Texas-Arlington
Forward Nadel, Abdel 28 1,98 m 104 kg 25.09.1993 Iowa State
Forward Patterson, Patrick 54 2,06 m 104 kg 14.03.1989 Kentucky
Center Adams, Steven 12 2,13 m 116 kg 20.07.1993 Pittsburgh
Center Davis, Tyler 34 2,08 m 121 kg 22.05.1997 Texas A&M
Center Noel, Nerlens 3 2,11 m 100 kg 10.04.1994 Kentucky

Second Try

After the failed experiment with Melo last season, the Oklahoma City Thunder make another run at the championship. Ex-Hawk point guard Dennis Schröder is now on board, PG13 is back in the fold and Russell Westbrook is still a one man offensive wrecking crew. But is that enough to compete in the Western Conference?

Even the most optimistic Thunder fans have their doubts. The team from Oklahoma is strong at positions 1 through 3, but under the basket there is no one who can do any real damage. Center Steven Adams is trying hard and will get some offensive rebounds and putbacks, but that's about it. You can't bank on him to give you reliable offense from the post. The offense – like last year – will consist of perimeter play action, drives and Westbrook's individual kamikaze.

Paul George, who signed his contract with OKC this summer surprisingly fast and without even talking to another team, will be the X-factor. He largely played in Westbrook's shadow and settled for spot-up shots when Russ was double teamed. This can't happen this season otherwise it's a first round playoff exit again.

A new beginning


Dennis Schröder in Oklahoma City. For many fans this trade did not make any sense. Do the Thunder not have a pretty good point guard already? Yes, the Thunder now have a PG tandem.

Does that mean Schröder will be coming off the bench? Not necessarily. There are many possible scenarios. Depending on the match-up, Paul George may move to the small forward position, Westbrook to shooting guard and Dennis takes point. In this situation the Thunder would be a true fastbreak monster with three sprinters who can push the ball.

For Schröder the involvement with the Thunder is not only an opportunity to go deep into the playoffs, but also to learn from one of the best players in the league. In addition Westbrook has never had a real point guard at his side allowing him to play off-ball, which would make the Thunder much more difficult to defend. The solo efforts of Brodie have been spectacular in the past but have been wildly ineffective in terms of team success.


Russell Westbrook


Paul George


Steve Adams


Raymond Felton


Andre Roberson


Jerami Grant


Head coach Billy Donovan has already announced he wants his team to play fast this season. This comes as a surprise to no one. The Thunder lack the required size and low-post talent to play halfcourt basketball.

Undoubtedly Russell Westbrook is still one of the top 5 players in the league, who can put his mark on a game like few players can. Unfortunately, he also tends to go rogue at times. Questionable shot selection and hero-basketball have cost the Thunder more than a few Ws last year.

Dennis Schröder would be able to give the team more structure but Westbrook needs to let him. That's the thing. Ultimately, success in OKC depends on whether Westbrook learns to give up the ball and some responsibility.

The Products

Here we put everything together a real Thunder fan needs. From official jersey and shorts, to fan t-shirts and socks but also signature shoes from Russell Westbrook and Paul George. Get yours!