How can you not love this guy? The 24-year-old leader of the Oklahoma City Thunder is giving $1 million to help the relief efforts in Moore, OK following yesterday’s devastating tornado, according to the Red Cross.
Red Cross Oklahoma
@KDTrey5 steps forward and gives $1mil matching gift to the ARC for disaster relief, text “REDCROSS” to 90999 for a $10 donation.
4. Yesterday, Durant tweeted this as the tornado was ripping through Moore, Okla.
Praying for the victims of the Tornadoes in OKC these last few days..Everybody stay safe!
6. An Oklahoma City reporter took this photo of a Durant jersey hanging amidst the rubble. Wow.
7. UPDATE: The Oklahoma City Thunder and the NBA are following Kevin Durant’s lead with 1 million dollar donations
Thunder Chairman Clay Bennett today:
“Our hearts go out to all those affected by the devastation that has occurred within our community this week. We are focusing Thunder resources to help where we can in the relief efforts and to support the organizations that are on the ground assisting those affected by this week’s storms. Even with so much loss, the strength and resiliency of this community have once again been on display, and we will continue to work together as our community and state recover from this disaster.”
RT @NBAPR: NBA & Players Association donate $1M to support Oklahoma tornado relief efforts. Go to http://t.co/5RKqnHJTR7 for more info
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