The National Basketball Association (NBA) has officially released the second half of the team’s schedules.
This means we now know what the remaining 36 games are for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The NBA decided to release their 72-game schedule in halves, anticipating that postponements were inevitable.
This was the case for many teams, including the Thunder, who had two games postponed thus far — their Dec. 23 season opener at Houston and their Jan. 17 game against the 76ers.
The Thunder’s second half of the season will begin on March 11 against the Dallas Mavericks and ends on May 16 against the LA Clippers.
The schedule appears as follows:
The Thunder currently have a 12-19 record and sits at 13th place in the Western Conference. There are currently five teams with a worse winning percentage than the Thunder — the Timberwolves (.219), Pistons (.290), Cavaliers (.344), Wizards (.379), and Rockets (.379).
The Thunder will also finish the season playing zero nationally televised games.
Their only non-Fox Sports Oklahoma game will be their matchup against the New York Knicks on March 13, which will also be shown on NBA TV.