Minnesota Timberwolves’ Karl-Anthony Towns seized the desire to join hands with the community to repel COVID-19 pandemic. Studying older brother Kevin Love, Antetokounmpo has donated $ 100,000 between the Covid-19 pandemic.
Karl-Anthony Towns donated $ 100,000 to the COVID-19 testing center
Striker Karl-Anthony Towns announced he would donate $ 100,000 to the Mayo Clinic, one of the COVID-19 pandemic testing facilities in the US. The Mayo Clinic started testing Corona Virus for insured patients on March 12 and achieved 200-300 results per day.
“The Mayo Clinic started testing to find out the Corona Virus caused COVID-19 pandemic,” the Minnesota Timberwolves player said on Twitter: Hopefully we can fight faster and more effectively by enhancing the Mayo Clinic’s testing capabilities and reaction capabilities.
That is why I will donate $ 100,000 for their efforts. Thank you to the Mayo Clinic doctors in particular and nationwide in general, who are racing against time to regulate. treat us. Everyone join hands, support themselves and the surrounding community.
According to the Minnesota Timberwolves press release, the medical center with more than 150 years of life is expected to increase the number of test results per day to 1,000, an increase of five times before the donor’s contribution in the Dominican Republic.
Mayo Clinic Representative thanked the Minnesota Timberwolves that their team had been racing over the past month to test the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not easy to do that. We appreciate the heart of Karl helping many patients in Minnesota as well as the country has faster test results.
NBA is currently suspended for 30 days after three players received positive results for COVID-19 pandemic, including Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz) and Christian Wood (Detroit Pistons). Many other major American sports leagues fall into the same situation.
Antetokounmpo donated money to support Milwaukee Bucks employees during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 virus caused the NBA to be officially discontinued for a month, which means many people involved in the tournament are in danger of being unemployed. Understanding that yesterday, Kevin Love decided to donate $ 100,000 to Cleveland Cavaliers’ officials and employees.
Just a few hours later, junior Giannis Antetokounmpo also decided to perform the same action for his team. Last season’s MVP donated $ 100,000 to employees working at the Fiserv Forum – the home of Milwaukee Bucks.
Almost immediately after that, Blake Griffin also decided to spend $ 100,000 to support people working at the Little Caesars Arena – home of the Detroit Pistons Club.
Earlier, the Dallas Mavericks boss Mark Cuban had affirmed that he would provide maximum support for his employees during the time the tournament was interrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. His statement is the starting point for practical actions from Kevin Love as well as Giannis Antetokounmpo.
For the Greek player, he will take advantage of the 1-month delay in the tournament to cure his knee injury. Antetokounmpo missed the last two matches, an injury that made him lose form and the results of Milwaukee Bucks also plummeted.
Last season’s MVP was still very good at NBA 2019/20. The competition for the title of the best player this year promises to be 2 names Antetokounmpo and LeBron James, this race promises to be even more attractive than last year when the LA Lakers star is maintaining a brilliant performance.
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