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We have a season so therefore, we must have a schedule. So what that it’s just 66 games? Better than nothing, right? (Correct answer is “right.”)
If you want to go over the entire thing, it’s right here, but I’m going to hit on the big parts of it.
FIVE MUST-SEE HOME GAMES
1. Magic, Dec.25. It’s the home opener, which means you’re going to want to be at Peake Arena that night, but it’s also Christmas against Dwight Howard (maybe) on national television. That’s the type of game you don’t miss. Also: The last time you saw your Thunder at home they were blowing a 15-point fourth quarter lead in the Western Conference Finals. So it’ll be nice to welcome them back by forgetting that.
2. Mavericks, Dec. 29. The first opportunity for payback and redemption comes right off the jump. You can be sure the Arena Formerly Known As The Ford Center will be amped about this one. The last time the Mavericks were in Oklahoma City, they broke the Thunder’s heart with that ridiculous 15-point comeback. No way KD, Russ and the Thunderdome are planning on letting them walk out with anything easy this time. Keep Reading…