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Ever since an EF5 tornado ripped through the heart of Oklahoma, Thunder All-Star Kevin Durant has been on a mission to mend all broken hearts left in its path.
He donated $1 million from the Kevin Durant Family Foundation to Oklahoma tornado victims, which quickly motivated others to give more than $7.5 million as a direct result of Durant’s gift.
Worries of fan violence are high ahead of Sunday's Italian Cup final and Rome derby between Roma and Lazio.
After audiences with both Pope Francis and Italy President Giorgio Napolitano this week, delegations of both squads have called for supporters to behave and close out the season peacefully.
Several fans were stabbed and an ambulance was attacked before the teams' last meeting in April, which ended 1-1.
Raising tensions even higher is the fact that this is the first time the teams have met in the Cup final.
Roma and Lazio have been battling each other all season, with Roma finishing sixth in Serie A and Lazio seventh, one point behind.
UEFA President Michel Platini wants to establish a European sports police force to address betting, corruption, match-fixing, doping and hooliganism.
Speaking to the UEFA Congress in London on Friday, Platini said his previous calls have been ignored by governments for six years.
"Given the absence of any reaction and the lack of awareness on the part of politicians, I renew that call today," Platini said.
After the Bruins played one of their worst games of the postseason, and the Rangers came up with one of their best (luckiest?), there's no reason to panic in Boston about a 3-0 series lead being cut to 3-1. Right? Right?Read more