Oklahoma Professional Sports, League, College and High School Sports
Oklahoma has teams in basketball, football, arena football, baseball, soccer, hockey, and wrestling in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Enid, Norman, and Lawton. The Oklahoma City
Thunder of the National Basketball Association (NBA) is the state's only major league sports franchise. The state had a team in the Women's National Basketball Association,
the Tulsa Shock, from 2010 through 2015, but the team relocated to DallasFort Worth after that season and became the Dallas Wings.
Oklahoma has teams in several minor leagues, including Minor League Baseball at the AAA and AA levels (Oklahoma City Dodgers and Tulsa Drillers, respectively), hockey's ECHL
with the Tulsa Oilers, and a number of indoor football leagues. In the last-named sport, the state's most notable team was the Tulsa Talons, which played in the Arena
Football League until 2012, when the team was moved to San Antonio. The Oklahoma Defenders replaced the Talons as Tulsa's only professional arena football team, playing the
CPIFL. The Oklahoma City Blue, of the NBA G League, relocated to Oklahoma City from Tulsa in 2014, where they were formerly known as the Tulsa 66ers. Tulsa is the base for
the Tulsa Revolution, which plays in the American Indoor Soccer League. Enid and Lawton host professional basketball teams in the USBL and the CBA.
High School Sports
Professional Sports Teams
Oklahoma Wranglers (AFL) - Oklahoma City
Shop for Oklahoma Wranglers Fan Gear . The Oklahoma Wranglers was the final name of a team in the Arena Football League that also operated in Memphis, Tennessee, and Portland, Oregon. The team played at the Myriad (now known as the Cox Convention Center) in downtown Oklahoma City.