New for the 2022-23 season, watch the Thunder on Bally Sports+. The subscription streaming service is available through the Bally Sports app and website. Watch on web, mobile, tvOS, Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV. In addition to live broadcasts, game replays are viewable for 72 hours after each game. Visit BallySportsPlus.com to sign up and get more information.
Bally Sports Oklahoma will also again host Thunder Insider, which provides an in-depth look at Thunder Basketball. New episodes of Thunder Insider debut every two weeks during the season.
Other ways to watch Thunder games include:
- Cable outlets within the Thunder’s 5-state region. That includes COX OKC (channel 37) and COX Tulsa (channel 27). For all others, check program guide.
- DirecTV Satellite (channel 675)
- DirectTV Stream (Choice Package and above)
Chris Fisher joined the broadcasting team in the 2018-19 season as the television play-by-play announcer for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Bally Sports Oklahoma. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Fisher came to Oklahoma City from Los Angeles, where he served as the radio voice for USC basketball for eight years, as well as host for Trojan football broadcasts. Fisher’s television work includes basketball play-by-play for FS1, FOX Sports West, the PAC 12 Network and Time Warner Cable. During his career, Fisher also worked in broadcasting for minor league baseball teams including the Eugene (Ore.) Emeralds, a minor league affiliate of the San Diego Padres, and the Potomac Nationals in Woodbridge, Virginia, an affiliate of the Washington Nationals.
Michael Cage joined the Thunder broadcasting team in 2014 as its television analyst for all Bally Sports Oklahoma broadcasts. Cage played 15 seasons from 1984-2000 as a power forward in the NBA with the Los Angeles Clippers, Seattle Supersonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Nets. He led the NBA in rebounding in 1988, capturing the title by grabbing 30 rebounds in the final game of the regular season. Cage played in 1,140 total NBA games, 736 consecutively which is top 5 all-time in NBA history.
A native of West Memphis, Arkansas, Cage was a first-round draft pick of the Clippers in 1984 following a successful career at San Diego State University. At SDSU he was named a second-team All-American in 1984 and twice was selected as Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year. The Aztecs retired his jersey (No. 44) in 1984. He was also a member of the gold-medal winning 1983 United States team in the Pan American Games, and he is a member of both the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame and the San Diego State Hall of Fame.
Following his playing career, Cage has worked as both a broadcaster and a high school and AAU basketball coach. His broadcasting experience includes serving as TV analyst for the Memphis Grizzlies, FOX Sports West, ESPN, Prime Ticket and Westwood One radio. Cage coached Mater Dei High School in Los Angeles to back-to-back state titles in 2013-14 and a national championship in 2014. He also served as a guest coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers at the 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Cage has a long history of giving back to the community during and after his NBA playing career. The Michael Cage Foundation works with young athletes to mentor, teach and share life lessons.
Nick Gallo joined the Thunder in 2012 as the team’s digital reporter. Since the 2014-15 season, he has provided courtside reports for Bally Sports Oklahoma game broadcasts. Gallo also frequently writes articles for the Thunder website, okcthunder.com, including practice reports, game previews, game recaps, features and community stories. He also serves as the daily video reporter and producer for okcthunder.com, in addition to helping create content that is featured on @okcthunder social media channels. He is the co-host of the Thunder Basketball Universe podcast, presented by COOP Ale Works. Gallo also serves as producer for OKC Thunder Films projects, including the Nick Collison documentary “Mr. Thunder”, the behind-the-scenes story of March 11, 2020 “Pause the Game” and 2022’s film about the Thunder Fellows program “Seeds of Greenwood”.
Prior to his arrival in Oklahoma City, Gallo worked as a reporter for the New York Jets website for two seasons. Before that, he reported for the Tennessee Titans website for two seasons while attending Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He also covered sports for the Vanderbilt Hustler before graduating in 2010 and wrote for the Chapel Hill News while growing up in his hometown of Durham, North Carolina.
Paris Lawson came to the Thunder just prior to the 2019-20 season as Digital Content Reporter and later joined the Bally Sports Oklahoma broadcast team as sideline reporter. Lawson contributes written coverage of the organization for okcthunder.com including game previews, recaps, feature stories and the Thunder’s impact in the community. She also covers the team and the organization as co-host of the Thunder Basketball Universe podcast, presented by COOP Ale Works.
Prior to her time with the Thunder, Lawson spent years covering collegiate and professional athletics in her hometown of Nashville, TN. She has worked as a sideline reporter and analyst for television and radio coverage of women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and USL soccer. Lawson graduated from Belmont University in Nashville where she played Division 1 basketball and won four consecutive Ohio Valley Conference Tournament championships earning four automatic berths to the NCAA tournament during her time.
To learn about listening to Thunder games on the radio, visit okcthunder.com/radio.