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OKC Thunder Playoff Tickets

It's that time of year again. The Thunder are taking on the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs. If the Thunder get by Memphis they'll likely be facing the LA Clippers then the San Antonio Spurs. If they can wrap up the Western Conference they'll probably take on the Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers in the Finals. If you want to buy Thunder playoff tickets or sell Oklahoma City Thunder playoff tickets, we've got you covered. OKC Thunder playoff tickets are selling fast! This could be the year the Oklahoma City Thunder win it all so don't miss out on your chance to see them live.

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Oklahoma City Thunder Tickets 2014

After a distressing injury to Russell Westbrook and an early exit from the NBA playoffs, the Oklahoma City Thunder are healthy and poised for a deep run in 2013-2014. With Kevin Durant leading the way, the perennially young team is ready to return to the finals and emerge world champions. Westbrook, returning weeks early from his lateral meniscus tear, has shown that his aggressiveness has not waned one bit. Durant, another year older and wiser, is back in the conversation for best player in the NBA (with Lebron James; no one else even merits the conversation).

But it’s not just Westbrook and Durant that will take the team back to the Western Conference Finals to face the Eastern Conference champion. The team will have to capitalize on Serge Ibaka, one of the best young defenders in the league, and Thabo Sefolosha, one of the best established defenders in the league. The relatively new faces on the squad are Reggie Jackson, an emerging presence at point guard, and Jeremy Lamb, who will shoulder a large role in the scoring category. Lamb showed flashes of brilliance in his college career at UConn, and he will have to recreate those skills.

The team’s high profile will bring some big games into the Chesapeake Arena. Some of the key match-ups for the Thunder this year:

San Antonio Spurs, Nov 27: This early-season test will show how the new faces can match up against time-tested veterans who don’t wilt on the road. Jackson will match up against Tony Parker, while Ibaka will have to post up against Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter.

Los Angeles Lakers, Dec 13: Kobe Bryant started the season on the bench, but by December he could be back. The Thunder have had great success against Kobe, Pau Gasol, and the rest of the Lakers as of late, and continuing that run could be a big boost to the team’s confidence.

Chicago Bulls, Dec 19: Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook are both coming off knee injuries; which one will outplay the other? Will the Thunder’s big men contain the resurgent Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah? Will the emerging Jimmy Butler be an x factor? Taking on an Eastern Conference championship hopeful will be a big step for the Thunder.

Portland Trail Blazers, Jan 21: If any team has been kryptonite to the Thunder (other than the Heat), it’s been Portland. The Thunder would love to break out of their difficulties and win big against Portland.

Miami Heat, Feb 20: Lebron James, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade power the two-time defending champions, who are looking for a three-peat. The back end of a home-and-away series sees the Thunder hosting the Heat. One game is only one game, but this could be a preview of how Durant and Co. will play in a Thunder-Heat finals. This one is going to be big.

Houston Rockets, Mar 11: James Harden returns to the Chesapeake Arena with a revitalized Dwight Howard in tow; with both teams potentially jockeying for playoff position, all eyes will be on Kendrick Perkins and his ability to contain Howard.

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