Kevin Durant named finalist for NBA Community Assist Award

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Kevin Durant

OKLAHOMA CITY – After a stellar performance against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 4, an Oklahoma City superstar was named a finalist for an award dealing with his actions off the court.

On Sunday, Kevin Durant scored 41 points against the San Antonio Spurs, leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 111-97 win in Game 4.

On Monday, Thunder officials announced that Durant is one of 10 finalists for the 2015-16 Seasonlong NBA Cares Community Assist Award.

Throughout his time in Oklahoma City, Durant has been known to donate his time to help low-income children, tornado survivors and others in need.

Now, fans can have their voices heard by voting for their favorite player on social media.

All you have to do is tweet or retweet any post the contains both #KevinDurant and #NBACommunityAssist on Twitter. You can also vote by posting any photo with the hashtags in the photo caption on Instagram.

If you use Facebook, vote by commenting on any post from the official Thunder Facebook page and use both the #KevinDurant and #NBACommunityAssist hashtags.

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