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Championship Dreams

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 12:00:00 am

As you’ve likely heard (because we like to talk about it) fall is football time here in Oklahoma. But that’s not the only sport on our radar. In fact, when it comes to sports, things in OKC are ramping up.

Earlier this month, the Oklahoma City Barons had their first face off of the 2012-2013 season. They’ve got three more home games this month, and the rest of their schedule is jam-packed with great games that you don’t want to miss. Single game tickets start at just $16 each.

The Oklahoma City Thunder have been dribbling through preseason action, but the official start to the 2012-2013 season is just days away (it starts Thursday, Nov. 1!). After last year’s run in the NBA Finals, Thunder tickets are sure to be a hot item this year. Upcoming games include the season opener against San Antonio (Nov. 1), a trip to Chicago (Nov. 8) and so many others. Even if you can’t make it down to Chesapeake Energy Arena to watch a game in person (and check out the finished arena upgrades), there are plenty of places around town that have prime game-watching seats.

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