Later in the season, on March 20, Thabo Sefolosha makes his return. Sefolosha had been with the Thunder the past six years before signing with the Atlanta Hawks this offseason.
Overall, OKC’s schedule includes 18 back-to-backs, no road trips longer than five games and no homestand longer than four games.
The Thunder has 10 games on ESPN, nine on TNT, six on ABC and seven on NBA TV, giving them 32 nationally televised games. That’s tied for the most in the NBA with the Clippers and the latest sign of the nationwide appeal of the franchise and its superstars.
Here is the schedule for the Oklahoma City Thunder's 2014-15 season.
Here are some extra nuggets about the Thunder schedule.
The Thunder will host a New Year's Eve game for the seventh consecutive season. OKC, for the 3rd time in 4 years on NYE, will play Phoenix.— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) August 13, 2014
Thunder vs Rockets (Westbrook vs Beverley): -Nov. 16 in OKC -Jan. 15 in HOU -Apr. 5 in OKC— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) August 13, 2014
Former Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart will make his NBA debut with Boston in OKC on Wednesday, March 18.— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) August 13, 2014