Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million for tornado relief after a destructive storm ripped through the city he calls home. A tornado struck the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday, leaving dozens of people dead and destruction so widespread the tornado is already being called the worst of all time. Watching the devestation on [...]Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant has reportedly pledged $1 million to tornado relief through his family foundation. I think that’s pretty awesome. Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is [...] The post With Leather’s Watch This: Kevin Durant Is A Pretty Great Guy appeared first on With Leather.
The Westboro Baptist Church is drawing a link between Monday's devastating Oklahoma tornado and NBA star Kevin Durant's support for Jason Collins. After Collins came out as gay in SI this spring, Oklahoma City Thunder forward DurantShow More Summary
The Westboro Baptist Church is blaming the devastating tornado that destroyed Moore, Oklahoma, on gay NBA player Jason Collins. So what does Jason Collins have to do with Oklahoma? Well, nothing really. But we was commended for his bravery last month by Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant. And that apparently upset God. Hey, the [...]Show More Summary
The NBA star gave $1 million for tornado relief efforts in Moore, Okla. [ more › ]
@kdtrey5 steps forward and gives $1mil matching gift to the ARC for disaster relief, text “REDCROSS” to 90999 for a $10 donation. — Red Cross Oklahoma (@redcrossokc) May 21, 2013 [...]
Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder star, has donated $1 million to the Red Cross fund for tornado and disaster relief in the aftermath of the deadly storm that devastated Oklahoma on Monday. @kdtrey5 steps forward and gives $1mil matching … Continue reading ?
You can donate to the Red Cross via redcross.org or by texting REDCROSS to 90999. One day after a devastating tornado swept through Oklahoma, Kevin Durant has pledged $1 million to help the recovery efforts in the state. The tornado was classified as an EF4 by the National Weather Service, with winds between 166-200 miles per hour. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant recently donated $1 million to aid the relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma. @kdtrey5 steps forward and gives $1mil matching gift to the ARC for disaster relief, text “REDCROSS” to 90999 for a $10 donation. — Red Cross Oklahoma (@redcrossokc) May 21, 2013 The city was absolutely devastated this week as tornadoes swept through [...]
Kevin Durant is truly an outstanding human being. The tornado that ripped through the streets, homes and lives of Oklahoma City was devastating. Merely the thought of lives being lost and families being displaced is enough to send a piercing chill down the back of your spine. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million for tornado relief through his family foundation.
Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant and Los Angeles Dodger Matt Kemp are opening their checkbooks to help out in the wake of the deadly Oklahoma tornado.
On Tuesday, May 21, 2013, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant through his family foundation pledged $1 million to the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts in Oklahoma. “The Red Cross relies on its donors to perform its mission in relieving human suffering following disasters,” said Janienne Bella, regional CEO. “Mr. Durant’s gift and support to [...]
Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant is donating $1 million to the Red Cross for tornado relief, Royce Young of Daily Thunder reports. Moore, Oklahoma — which was hardest hit by the storm — is about 11 miles south of Oklahoma City. Show More Summary
Six years ago, and a few weeks after their prayers in the Greg Oden/Kevin Durant sweepstakes went unanswered, the Boston Celtics weren't an attractive place for any marquee player to call home. Paul Pierce was there, sure, but the rest of the roster was infected with inexperience and far from realized potential. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant and other athletes from or with ties to Oklahoma expressed support for the victims of the devastating tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday. Durant tweeted that he was praying for the victims. Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies sent one of the biggest NBA superstars packing by eliminating Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2013 playoffs. The media buzz after the second round seemed to center on not blaming Durant (via USA Today) because he “can’t do everything” (via ESPN). Show More Summary
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