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Thunder superstars show fans love at local grocery store

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- He's not the cashier you would expect to see bagging your groceries.

K.D. and Dion Waters went from buzzer to beeper today at the Homeland off Britton and May.

The Thunder super stars were out doing random acts of kindness... a way to give back to the community that supports them so much year round.

Seeing them was a slam dunk while they rang up some Thunder spirit.

"It's kind of neat to actually be close up and getting to meet him," said Brent Hale.

Hale's son was so surprised, he was speechless.

Super fan or super star, today everyone walked away with something special.

"First and foremost I just wanted to come out here and do what I'm able to do. And just talk to the people and show them that we really do care," said K.D.

Today, everyone was a winner. The Thunder Cares program brought superstars and every day people together for what may have seemed like a run of the mill trip to the grocery store.

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