Oklahoma City Thunder

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The Oklahoma City Thunder, formerly the Seattle Supersonics, are a professional basketball team based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The new owner of the team is an Oklahoma City businessman, Clay Bennett. The move was facilitated by the city of Seattle refusing to build a new arena with taxpayer money. The Supersonics won the NBA championship once, in 1979. The team as of 2008 is known as the Oklahoma City Thunder. They lost the 2012 NBA Championships to the Miami Heat.

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Roster

Guards

  • 8 - Chucky Atkins
  • 35 - Kevin Durant
  • 34 - Desmond Mason
  • 2 - Thabo Sefolosha
  • 25 - Earl Watson
  • 5 - Kyle Weaver
  • 0 - Russell Westbrook
  • 21 - Damien Wilkins

Forwards

  • 4 - Nick Collison
  • 22 - Jeff Green
  • 12 - Nenad Krstic
  • 33 - Malik Rose
  • 7 - Joe Smith
  • 3 - D.J. White

Centers

  • 18 - Mouhamed Sene
  • 31 - Robert Swift

Official Team Website

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