SAN ANTONIO -- Retired San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan called the response to his plea Friday for donations toward Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands "amazing," adding that more than 9,000 donors, including the Spurs, local grocery store chain H-E-B and the San Antonio Food Bank, have contributed. "I'm blown away by it," Duncan said Sunday during a news conference at the San Antonio Food Bank.
SAN ANTONIO – Tim Duncan, ex jugador ya retirado de los San Antonio Spurs, escribió un artículo apasionado el viernes en el Players Tribune pidiendo donaciones para ayudar a los esfuerzos de reconstrucción y alivio en las Islas Vírgenes, y para este sábado él ya había superado más de la mitad de su objetivo de recaudar un millón de dólares.Duncan es uno de apenas cuatro jugadores de la historia de la NBA que proviene de las Islas Vírgenes, y él escribió sobre la importancia de la ayuda...
SAN ANTONIO -- Retired San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan penned an impassioned plea Friday in The Players' Tribune for donations toward Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and by Saturday he'd reached more than half of his $1 million goal.One of just four players from the U.S. Virgin Islands to have ever appeared in an NBA game, Duncan wrote of the importance of immediate and sustained aid learned from his own experiences in 1989 as a 13-year old in the wake of...
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