Kids from Moore have had a difficult month since the May 20th tornado, but on Wednesday, Kendrick Perkins visited the Thunder Youth Basketball Camp, presented by Cox, which is free of charge to students whose schools were affected by the tornado. He put smiles on the camper's faces, including one of his biggest fans. STORY | PHOTOS | VIDEO


The Thunder Broadcast and Web teams lent a hand to a Canadian County first responder who was also a victim of last week's tornado in El Reno. WATCH VIDEO

TUESDAY 5.28.13

On both Monday and Tuesday, Thunder forward Serge Ibaka visited the devastated neighborhoods in Moore as residents recovered from the May 20th tornado. By comforting families, handing out gift cards and dropping off meals, Ibaka made an impact while witnessing the strength of his fellow Oklahomans. READ MORE | PHOTOS | VIDEO


Thunder players tour the tornado-affected area in Moore, OK following the devastating EF-5 tornado that hit the OKC metro on May 20, 2013. WATCH VIDEO

The Thunder has always understood the civic pride that exists in Oklahoma, but since Monday's devastating tornadoes, the organization has been in awe of and inspired by the collective resiliency and strength of the community. Those feelings were amplified by the team's visit to Moore on Wednesday. STORY | PHOTOS | VIDEO

TUESDAY 5.21.13

Perseverance and resiliency are traits shared by the citizens of Oklahoma and the Thunder. On Tuesday, as the city of Moore collectively recovered from a devastating tornado, Thunder players and Head Coach Scott Brooks lifted the spirits of survivors at OU Children's Hospital. STORY | PHOTOS | VIDEO: KD TALKS | HOSPITAL VISIT |  SERVICE

The Thunder and the Thunder Cares Foundation today announced a joint donation of $1 million to benefit the local chapters of the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army, as well as other disaster relief organizations, to assist in tornado relief efforts. READ MORE | DURANT PLEDGES $1 MILLION | NBA, PLAYERS PLEDGE $1 MILLION