: Radio Voice of the Thunder
All Thunder games can be heard live on the Thunder Radio Network.
Thunder Radio Network
Flagship: WWLS-The Sports Animal (98.1 FM), Oklahoma City
KWPN (640 AM) ESPN Radio Oklahoma City
WKY (930 AM) Oklahoma City (Spanish-language broadcast)
KJCM (100.3 FM) Sports Animal Altus/Hobart
KVSO (107.5 FM, 1240 AM) Sports Animal Ardmore
KKBI (106.1 FM) Broken Bow/Idabel
KPGM (1500 AM, 99.1 FM) Pawhuska/Bartlesville
KADS (1240 AM) Sports Animal Elk City
KCRC (1390 AM) Enid
KKRX (1380 AM) The Ticket, Lawton
KMCO (101.3 FM) McAlester
KYAL (97.1 FM, 1550 AM) Sports Animal Tulsa/Sapulpa/Muskogee
KITO, KGND (96.1 FM, 1470 AM) Sports Animal Vinita
KSIW (1450 AM) Sports Animal Woodward
Spanish-language Broadcast (Home games only)
WKY-La Indomable (930 AM) | Oklahoma City
Live stream available within 75-mile radius of OKC via the Thunder Mobile App and WWLS - The Sports Animal app and website.
Matt Pinto Bio
Oklahoma City Thunder radio broadcaster Matt Pinto is a veteran NBA play-by-play announcer who has been with the franchise since 2007. Pinto calls all Thunder games on the team's flagship station, WWLS The Sports Animal (98.1 FM) and the Thunder Radio Network.
Prior to joining the organization, Pinto was in Los Angeles, where he served as the radio voice of the NBA's Clippers for two seasons. From 1997-2005, Pinto was on the Dallas Mavericks' broadcast team, serving as the radio play-by-play voice from 1997-2001 and the television voice from 2001-05. While in Dallas, Pinto also worked as a talk show host for KESN radio and was the play-by-play announcer of the NCAA Division IAA regional game of the week for The Football Network. In 1997, Pinto was named best play-by-play announcer for the state of Texas by the Associated Press.
From 1990-97, Pinto was the radio play-by-play voice of the NBA's Charlotte Hornets, where he was recognized in 1992 as the Premier Sportscaster in North Carolina by the
. Pinto was also the television play-by-play voice of UNC-Charlotte basketball games and was an occasional host of ESPN national sports talk shows, as well as serving as the play-by-play voice of Westwood One college basketball.
Before joining the NBA ranks, Pinto worked in the sports broadcasting field in Honolulu, Boston, Los Angeles and Amarillo, Texas.
Thunder home games are broadcast in Spanish on WKY 930 AM in Oklahoma City (La Indomable), featuring announcer Eleno Ornelas, who also is the Spanish-language voice of baseball's Texas Rangers.