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Thunder’s star Kevin Durant helps tornado victims with $1 million donation

Kevin Durant (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant has always said that the Oklahoma town is his home and would help in the community when he could.

Recently, while watching television images of how much destruction the tornado did in the suburb of Moore, Oklahoma, the popular NBA star offered his help with a pledge of $1 million.

The likeable former University of Texas star has lived in Oklahoma City for five years, ever since the Seattle SuperSonics franchise moved there in 2008.

The Thunder’s organization and NBA players association also pledged a $1 million dollars each to the tornado victims.

Bob Boozer, former Olympian, NBA star dies at age 75


Boozer started his career with the Royals (courtesy of Sacramento Kings via wikipedia commons)

Bob Boozer, a member of the dominating and talented 1960 U.S. Olympic team who went on to be a star in the NBA, died at age 75 of a brain aneurysm over the weekend in Omaha, Nebraska.

Boozer played with Jerry West, Oscar Robertson and Jerry Lucas on the gold-medal winning 1960 Olympic team and went on to average 14.8 points and 8.1 rebounds for six NBA teams which included the Cincinnati Royals, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls, Seattle Supersonics and the Milwaukee Bucks.

Boozer was an All-American at Kansas State in 1958 and 1959 before playing 11 years in the NBA after the Cincinnati Royals drafted him #1 overall.

Boozer, who was 6’8, 215-pounds, and a forward, retired after his team, the Milwaukee Bucks won the 1971 NBA championship.


Info compiled from NBA, Radio, TV

Former basketball star, Quintin Dailey dead at age 49

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Quintin Dailey, a former All-American basketball player, who starred in the NBA for 10 years, died recemtly in Las Vegas. He was just 49 years old.

The former University of San Francisco Dons star died of hypertension cardivascular disease, the Clark County Coroner’s office said in a statement.

Dailey was a two-time West Coast Conference player of the year and an all-American in 1982.

In the NBA, he played for the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers and the Seattle Supersonics.

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