Monday, February 6 2023

The Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Thursday the release of the 2022-23 preseason schedule.

The Thunder will play six games during a 10-day stretch that spans from Oct. 3 to Oct. 13. The six games will be:

  • Oct. 3 at Denver Nuggets

  • Oct. 5 vs. Dallas Mavericks at Tulsa

  • Oct. 6 vs. NBL’s Adelaide 36ers

  • Oct. 9 vs. Israel’s Maccabi Ra’anana

  • Oct. 11 at Detroit Pistons

  • Oct. 13 at San Antonio Spurs

The Thunder will kick off their regular season on the road against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Oct. 19.

The Thunder will go the entirety of the season without the No. 2 pick Chet Holmgren after the team announced he was going to miss the full year due to a Lisfranc injury on his right foot.

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Biggest takeaways from Thunder GM Sam Presti’s presser over Chet Holmgren’s injury

Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports

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