Not exactly Tim Duncan.
He grew up in the Virgin Islands.
Tim Duncan is one of the greatest power forwards in NBA history. But his baby is the real all-star. The basketball legend was watching his old team, the San Antonio Spurs, take on the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night when the...Show More Summary
"They’re all going to need a lot of help to recover."
Over the past few weeks, hurricanes, rain, and flood water has devastated parts of the United States and athletes have stepped up in a big way to not only lend a hand, but raise an insane amount of money to help those in need. After Harvey devastated the Houston area–Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt […]
Duncan helped distribute 20,000-plus pounds of food and has donated $1M toward hurricane relief efforts
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In an impassioned plea on behalf of his “home,” the hurricane-battered U.S. Virgin Islands, former NBA star Tim Duncan has urged fans and others to not “forget” about the people who are suffering there ? and to act quickly and generously to extend a much-needed helping hand.
The former NBA star donated $250,000 to relief efforts and pledged to match contributions that total up to $1 million.
Duncan, born and raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands, also offered to match donations for storm relief efforts
Declaring that “time is of the essence,” Tim Duncan asked for help for his native U.S. Virgin Islands in an essay published Friday by The Players’ Tribune. The 41-year-old former San Antonio Spur pledged to match donations up to $1 million and said he had already contributed $250,000 to aid the hurricane-ravaged territory. Hurricane Irma […]
Hurricane Irma struck the Virgin Islands on Friday, and Duncan wants as much help as he can get. Tim Duncan doesn’t speak out much, but there are occasionally moments that he feels compelled to say something. Hurricane Irma struck the U.S. Show More Summary
Duncan has donated $250,000 and will match up to $1 million.
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