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While the Oklahoma City Thunder is beloved by fans in Oklahoma, the franchise’s history started in 1967 in Seattle. The franchise started as an expansion franchise, the Seattle SuperSonics. This wasn’t just any sports team. This was the first-ever major sports team in the Pacific Northwest.
The Sonics didn’t make it to the playoffs until the 1974/75 season, but once they had the taste, they came back for more and more. One of the greatest basketball players of all time, Bill Russell, coached the team into the playoffs but left after the 1976/77 season.
Despite losing one of the biggest figures in basketball, the SuperSonics didn’t struggle. In fact, the team thrived, as it reached the NBA Finals in 1977/78. However, the team lost to the Washington Bullets. The next season, the team was right back in the NBA Finals and claimed revenge on the Washington Bullets to win the NBA Championship.
From 1974/75 to 1999/00, Seattle made it to the playoffs 20 times, missing out in just six seasons. However, things never came together for the franchise, and it never won the NBA Championship again. However, it did make it to the NBA Finals in 1997.
However, from 2000 to 2008, the franchise only made it to the postseason three times. Even in this period of relative failure for such a successful franchise, the team was one of the most recognizable names in all US sports.
However, everything changed in 2008 as the Seattle SuperSonics were sold to a group of investors in Oklahoma City. Clay Bennett, the leader of the Professional Basketball Club LLC, confirmed that the team was relocating to Oklahoma. Even with lawsuits over the financials of the last two years of the Sonics in Washington, the move was approved by the NBA, and the Pacific Northwest lost a key part of its sporting history.
Part of the lawsuit meant that the Seattle Supersonics trophies, banners, and retired jerseys remained in Seattle. The city will also be able to host another franchise with the SuperSonics name, nickname, logo, and colors. Looking for a new identity, the Oklahoma City Thunder was born and still shares the history of the Seattle SuperSonics.
Despite moving to a new city and picking up a new name, the Oklahoma City Thunder quickly established the sort of constant success the Supersonics were known for. Over the 14 seasons since relocation, the Thunder has made the playoffs ten times. In its second season, the team made the postseason behind the quality of star players Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
The team also reached the NBA Finals in 2011/12, but the team lost the finals 4-1 to the LeBron James-led Miami Heat. All this success made it look like the team would add to its sole NBA Championship, but so far, the team hasn’t won basketball’s biggest prize in the Sooner State.
Durant left the franchise in 2016, but the team continued to enter the playoffs with Westbrook leading. Since 2020, the Oklahoma City Thunder has struggled during the regular season and failed to reach the playoffs. However, the franchise’s history from Seattle to Oklahoma suggests the absence from the postseason games will not last.