Round one was a knockout, the Thunder storms into the second round of playoffs

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Thunder has advanced to Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs and will host the first two games of the series at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

The Thunder will play either the Golden State Warriors or the Los Angeles Clippers, with Game 1 set for Monday night.

The NBA will release the full Round 2 schedule following the conclusion of all of tonight’s games.

Tickets for Round 2, Home Games 1 and 2 will go on sale on Sunday, May 4, starting at noon. Fans in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska will be able to purchase tickets directly from the team through a link here.

The number of tickets available will be limited due to the support of Thunder Season Ticket Members.

All fans can now browse available seats being sold by other fans through the official, fast and secure resale marketplace here.

To view these seats, which guarantee admission into Chesapeake Energy Arena for the game, fans can find a link under the “Tickets” menu on the Thunder homepage.

Starting four hours prior to tipoff of every Thunder home game during the Playoffs, the Thunder and Kia will give away the final 50 pairs of tickets for that night’s game at the Kia Thunder Rewards Zone. Fans can register at the Rewards Zone table on the north side of Chesapeake Energy Arena; winners will be announced two hours before tipoff.

Love’s Thunder Alley will get underway three hours before tipoff for every home game. Fans can enjoy the pregame festivities on Reno Ave., with activities ranging from inflatable games, face painting, Budweiser beer garden, hot dog vendor, Thunder merchandise trailer, appearances by Thunder entertainers, photo stations and more.

Round 2 games will be televised exclusively on ESPN, TNT or ABC. All Thunder home games will continue be carried live on the Thunder Radio Network, led by WWLS-The Sports Animal (98.1 FM in Oklahoma City).

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