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It’s safe to say Kevin Durant likes tattoos.
The Thunder star recently finished his back tattoo and sent out a picture of the masterpiece on Statigram. The artwork features a giant portrait of what appears to be Jesus next to a bible verse. Above that is an angel flying while carrying what looks like a basketball. Flanking the angel are two hands — one holding up a “three” and the other holding up a “five” to represent his No. 35.
Uploaded with the photo was the caption “All done…James 1:2-4…look it up.”
Check it out below.
Photo via Statigram
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A week ago, it seemed Kevin Durant's image was headed for an all-time low after he went 5 for 21 in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals, a game that brought to an end his Oklahoma City Thunder's season.
But in the wake of Monday's tragic tornado in Moore, Okla., Durant led the charge of financial support, pledging $1 million to aid victims .
And with critics...
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million for tornado relief through his family foundation.
The American Red Cross announced Tuesday that the gift from The Durant Family Foundation is meant to match other donations and be an incentive for more people to give.
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Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant has finally finished his massive back tattoo. Basically, Durant was not messing around.
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I think this is my favorite side of KD. OH WELL! (photo from Kevin Durant’s instagram @SniperJones35)
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Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million
for tornado relief through his family foundation.
The tornado may have brought destruction, but basketball player Kevin Durant brought the thunder in giving $1 million towards relief efforts in Oklahoma.
On Monday, May 20th, Oklahoma was devastated by a tornado that ripped across the ground for 17 miles in 40 minutes; and was later revealed as a top-of-the-scale EF5 twister with winds reaching 200mph.
At least 24 people are dead...
The NBA and the players' union are combining to donate $1 million to tornado relief efforts in the Oklahoma City area.
The league and the NBPA announced the joint pledge on Tuesday. The money will be going to the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, and other disaster relief efforts after a tornado devastated the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday.
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