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May 11, 2012

Thunder to play Phoenix in Tulsa

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder will play preseason games this year in two cities where exhibition play was scrubbed last fall by the NBA lockout.

The Thunder announced Thursday they'll play the Phoenix Suns on Oct. 19 at the BOK Center in Tulsa, followed by a matchup Oct. 24 with the Dallas Mavericks at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kan.

It's the first time the Thunder will play in Wichita. They've played three other preseason games in Tulsa.

Tickets for both games go on sale May 23. The Thunder will announce the rest of their preseason schedule later.

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