From those scoring the points to those holding the clipboard, many in the sports world have shown up for the city of Moore in its time of need. Here's 12 of them.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant signs a basketball for an enthused fan in Moore Wednesday. Durant made headlines with a $1 million donation to tornado relief. Courtesy of Richard A. Rowe, OKC Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder center Hasheem Thabeet takes in the devastation in Moore Wednesday, only two days after an EF-5 tornado ripped through much of the city. Courtesy of Richard A. Rowe, OKC Thunder
Injured Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook stares intently at the damage in Moore left from Monday's tornado. Courtesy of Richard A. Rowe, OKC Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard Thabo Sefalosha holds a Thunder flag during his tour of the carnage left behind in Moore. Courtesy of Richard A. Rowe, OKC Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder coach Scott Brooks surveys the devastation in Moore following Monday's deadly tornado. Courtesy of Richard A. Rowe, OKC Thunder
Former Broken Arrow pitcher Archie Bradley turned to eBay in the days and hours after an EF-5 tornado killed 24 people in Oklahoma. Bradley's shoes, seen left, were just one of the signed items up for auction.
Former Oklahoma State University golfer Rickie Fowler plans to match the first $100,000 donated at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
Los Angeles Dodger Matt Kemp pledged $1,000 to Moore tornado relief for every homerun he hits until the All-Star Break. Kemp, a graduate of Midwest City High School, hit a homerun that same night.
University of Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops spent time with victims of Moore's May 20 tornado. Courtesy of Facebook.
Members of the University of Oklahoma women's gymnastics team fill garbage bags with debris littered across Moore. Courtesy of Facebook.
West Virginia University baseball players in Oklahoma City for the upcoming Big 12 Tournament fill Walmart carts with useful items to aid Moore's victims. Courtesy of Twitter.
Former Sooner and current Chicago Bears punter Tress Way told the Chicago Sun-Times earlier this week he expects to be lending a hand in Moore on Memorial Weekend.
Cleveland Brown Brandon Weeden has also announced his intentions to volunteer in Moore for Memorial Day Weekend. The former Oklahoma State starting quarterback's wife is from Moore, and still has family in the area.