Kevin Durant didn't need the rigorous travel schedule of the NBA to see this country from all angles. His life story spans the nation. Before he was a three-time scoring champion, four-time All-Star and NBA Finals MVP runner-up (O.K....Show More Summary
Earlier this week Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant donated $1 million to the Red Cross to go toward Oklahoma tornado relief. Now Nike — Durant's apparel sponsor — is following suit. The company will donate $1 million worth of shoes and clothes to the relief effort. Show More Summary
This week's tornado in Oklahoma hit close to home for Carrie Underwood and Kevin Durant. The stars each pledged an amazing $1 million in relief. Underwood, the Sooner State native who went on to win American Idol, has donated $1 million...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the NBA announced its selections for the 2012-13 All-NBA teams. The first team includes LeBron James of the Miami Heat, Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant can do no wrong. He endeared himself to NBA fans by trying to beat the Memphis Grizzlies all by himself after Russell Westbrook got hurt. He gave $1 million to tornado relief. And now managed to get the embarrassing typo on his giant back tattoo fixed in a number of hours. Show More Summary
Yesterday, we drew your attention to what looked like a misspelled word in Kevin Durant's massive back tattoo. The photo we shared seemed to offer incontrovertible evidence that someone had tattooed the word "mautre" instead of "mature" on KD's back. But now we have another picture of the tattoo, and man are our minds blown. Read more...
Kevin Durant’s season of missed opportunity supports multiple truths that we already knew: 1. Even the most elite of superstars can’t do it alone in today’s NBA. 2. Scoring will never be valued ahead of winning. 3. Durant is still the second-best superstar. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant’s massive back tattoo is done. The only problem is, the Oklahoma City Thunder player’s new inky may have a typo. Durant’s tattoo obsession was first revealed two summers ago, surprising many of his fans. His self expression began with a series of tattoos covering his torso, but the latest ink covers the basketball [...]Show More Summary
Kevin Durant finished his back tattoo on Tuesday and posted a photo on Instagram to show his fans. But Sarah Kogod of the Washington Post found one big problem: the word mature is spelled "mautre." Whoops. The script on Durant's back...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant finally got around to finishing the massive back tattoo that he's been adding to over the years, and he posted a picture of a the finished product to his Instagram page. Impressive! But, um, that's not how you spell "mature." Read more...
Kevin Durant isn’t the only generous athlete. Los Angeles Dodgers outfield Matt Kemp donated $250,000 today to help Moore, Oklahoma rebuild after the devastating tornadoes last week. This is the second time this week that Kemp has offered to help the victims in Oklahoma. On Monday, Kemp said that he would donate $1000 for every [...]Show More Summary
Last month, NBA player Jason Collins came out as gay. NBA superstar Kevin Durant (of the Oklahoma City Thunder), when asked for comment, said this: “If the guy’s happy, whatever he does, that’s cool with me,” Thunder star Kevin Durant said at Monday’s shootaround. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant is tatted up more than you realize. When sporting an Oklahoma City Thunder jersey, or shirt of any kind, the number of tattoos Durant has doesn't fully resonate with you. Depending on what you see him wearing, he doesn't look like he has any. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant's back was almost completely covered in tattoos already and yesterday he inked up the last blank skin that was left. Durant calls his ink "business tattoos" because he's only inked in places that his jersey covers. Here's...Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant donated a cool $1 million to the Red Cross on Tuesday after the 22-mile long tornado swept through Oklahoma on Monday, killing 24 people including nine children and leaving plenty of residents homeless and fighting for survival. The devastation and wreckage was broad reaching. The news of Durant’s donation [...]
Earlier today, word got out that Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant had donated $1 million to the United States Red Cross in the wake of yesterday's tornado, which leveled entire neighborhoods and killed at least two dozen in the OKC suburb of Moore, Oklahoma. Read more...
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant pledged to donate $1 million to the victims of the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday. The Oklahoma City Thunder matched his $1 million donation, and the NBA Players' Union also donated $1 million. Show More Summary