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2023-24 OKC Thunder: Full Streaming Guide For Fans With or Without Cable

The OKC Thunder boast one of the NBA’s most promising young cores, making them a must-watch for dedicated basketball fans.

Following a surprising 40-win season, which marked a substantial 16-win improvement from the previous year, expectations are high for further progress from the Thunder.

Their roster features talents like Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, recognized as a top-tier prospect, Josh Giddey, who gained acclaim from his impressive FIBA performance in his third year, Jalen Williams, aiming to replicate his astounding rookie season, and the addition of two top-ten draft picks.

Among these newcomers is Chet Holmgren, the highest pick in the ongoing rebuilding process, who is set to make his NBA debut.

Additionally, there’s the intriguing Kentucky guard Cason Wallace, known for his defensive prowess, making it difficult for Coach Mark Daigneault to keep him off the court.

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In addition to these rookies, the Thunder have acquired Vasilije Micic, a 29-year-old rookie, who has finally made the leap to the NBA after several near misses in previous summers.

For those eager to follow the 2023-24 OKC Thunder season, a comprehensive streaming guide is available, catering to both cable and non-cable viewers.

The Thunder will feature in 13 nationally televised games across TNT, NBA TV, and ESPN networks.

Outside of these nationally televised matchups, the OKC Thunder’s games will be broadcast on Bally Sports Oklahoma, featuring the familiar crew of Chris Fisher, Michael Cage, Nick Gallo, and Paris Lawson.

Bally Sports Oklahoma is accessible through various cable providers, including DirectTV, DirectTV Stream, AT&T U-verse, Xfinity, Spectrum, Suddenlink, COX, Optimum, and FUBO TV. For those not covered by these providers, Bally Sports+ offers an in-house streaming option for local fans.

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Fans located outside the team’s market can still catch every OKC Thunder game via NBA League Pass, although a subscription is required.

League Pass allows viewers to choose to follow a single team’s games or pay extra for access to all out-of-market NBA games.

Radio broadcasts of OKC Thunder games will continue to air on WWLS, the Sports Animal, 98.1 FM in Oklahoma City.

The Thunder’s schedule includes nationally televised games on ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV, covering matchups against teams like the New Orleans Pelicans, San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets, Phoenix Suns, L.A. Clippers, Orlando Magic, and Dallas Mavericks.

The Thunder’s preseason action commences on October 9th against the San Antonio Spurs, while the regular season kicks off on October 25th in Chicago, with the home opener scheduled for October 29th against the reigning NBA champions, Denver Nuggets.

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