(May 20, 2013) -- Kevin Durant is among a group of sports stars and coaches who are expressing concern for the victims of a massive tornado that ripped through a handful of Oklahoma City suburbs on Monday.
Durant, a three-time scoring champion for the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, posted on his Twitter account that he was praying for everyone involved. He added: "Everybody stay safe!"
Coverage of the tornado damage was on the clubhouse TV as the Boston Red Sox prepared for their game at the Chicago White Sox.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura played college ball at Oklahoma State and says there were a couple of tornadoes that were in the area while he was in school. He says: "It's scary. There's nothing you can do about it."
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