Tulsa 66ers to Host Thunder Night on Friday

Thunder Girls and Drummers will take court, Raffle for autographed player items

OKLAHOMA CITY, Wednesday, March 3 - The Oklahoma City Thunder will be a guest on Friday, March 5, as the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Development League host a “Thunder Night” during their game against the Dakota Wizards at the Tulsa Convention Center in downtown Tulsa.

“Friday will be a great chance for us to grow our relationship with our Thunder fans in Tulsa, as well as connect with the 66ers’ family on and off the court,” said Thunder Senior Vice President, Brian Byrnes.

The game will feature performances by the Thunder Girls, Cox Drummers and the Thunder’s acrobatic dunk team, the Thunder Bolts. In addition, the Thunder Community Foundation will raffle off a number of autographed items from DJ White, Byron Mullens and Kyle Weaver. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for $5 on the concourse. All proceeds will benefit Tulsa charities.

Tickets for this special night start as low as $8 and are on sale now at tulsa66ers.com or by calling (918) 585-8444.

About the Tulsa 66ers
The Tulsa 66ers, who were purchased by the Professional Basketball Club LLC on July 31, 2008, are the NBA D-League affiliate of the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder is one of four teams in the NBA (Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs) who have an ownership agreement with their minor league affiliate. The 66ers play their home games at the Tulsa Convention Center in downtown Tulsa. For more information on the Tulsa 66ers, log onto www.tulsa66ers.com.