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OKC Schedule Breakdown: East Coast Endeavor, Meet Rockets Headline Games 10-20

The NBA has officially announced the 82 regular season contests for all 30 teams.

For the Oklahoma City Thunder, they will embark on their first nationally televised contest in more than two years, bring in a rookie class that includes three top-12 selections and look to improve on their 24-58 record last season .

Amidst the flurry of contests, a change in rotation is to be expected. With a pool of young talent, a full roster and potential injuries on the horizon, the Thunder’s roster will expand on its 15-man base unit throughout the season.

During the next week Inside The ThunderI’ll break down the Thunder’s regular season schedule from tip-off to tip-off.

In today’s article, I’ll break down the Thunder matchups from game 10-20:


Nov. 9: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 7 p.m

Nov. 11: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Toronto Raptors, 7 p.m

Nov. 13: Oklahoma City Thunder @ New York Knicks, 11 a.m

Nov. 14: Oklahoma City Thunder at Boston Celtics, 6:30 p.m

Nov. 16: Oklahoma City Thunder @ Washington Wizards, 6 p.m

Nov. 18: Oklahoma City Thunder @ Memphis Grizzlies, 7 p.m

Nov. 21: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. New York Knicks, 7 p.m

Nov. 23: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Denver Nuggets, 7 p.m

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Nov. 25: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Chicago Bulls, 7 p.m

Nov. 26: Oklahoma City Thunder @ Houston Rockets, 7 p.m

Bow to the Big Three

The Oklahoma City Thunder will face No. 3 pick Jabari Smith Jr. and at the Houston Rockets on Nov. 26, concluding a back-to-back set that will see the Thunder play the Bulls on Nov. 25.

Oklahoma City, which is scheduled to face No. 1 pick Paolo Banchero and the Orlando Magic on Nov. 1, will see both top picks in the early part of the season.

Holmgren, the second overall pick, had 12 points and eight rebounds in his first meeting against Smith Jr. in the Las Vegas Summer League.

East Coast Efforts

The Thunder will tackle four straight East Coast matchups from Nov. 13-18, taking on the Knicks, Celtics, Wizards and Grizzlies in a six-day stretch that sees the team travel 1,541 miles before returning to Paycom Center on the 21st of November

Goodbye, Bucks

The Oklahoma City Thunder will complete their two-game homestand against the Milwaukee Bucks on Nov. 9 when the Thunder take on the 2021 NBA Champions at Paycom Center.

The Thunder will travel to face the Bucks on November 5th.

The Bucks will be the first team the Thunder turn the page on this season, capping their regular-season meetings 11 games apiece.

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