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Kevin Durant on OKC tornadoes: "Anything I can to help"



  1. New York Mets0:25
  2. Kevin Durant0:50
  3. Oklahoma0:18, 0:29, 0:38
  4. Tulsa0:27
  5. Comcast1:29
  6. Red Cross0:53
Tue, 21 May 2013|


CSN Washington dot com. -- sports net central -- today. During dog chick Hernandez here for CSN Washington dot com. The death -- stands at 24 including many children in more Oklahoma after yesterday's devastating tornado ripped through the town and many cases neighborhoods were damaged. They were disintegrated New York Mets pitcher Jeremy -- is from Tulsa with -- still living in Oklahoma City. After I want people still choose to live in tornado Alley. Once you've lived there and in your part of the of the community in an atmosphere in Oklahoma you know normally I mean. I mean I come here during the season the play and fan loved my time in New York that's farm that's from my opponent this from a artists. In DC native and Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant pledged a one million dollar donation to the Red Cross. To help relief efforts in the tornado ravaged area in Oklahoma. The hardest hit area of Moore Oklahoma is just ten miles south. Of Oklahoma City. Got told me that. He would do something so these things are in this first sort of first thing he people in my muscle. And you know to show doing that can help assistant tough. Situation from those things you can't get back and. Nobody check out of bounds on us again. -- redskin fans doing the right thing embattled -- from here in the Comcast sports net studios I'm chick Hernandez for CSN Washington. CSN Washington dot com.

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