- Report: Dwyane Wade not allowed to be part of Jazz’s basketball operations while working as TNT analyst
- Micky Arison admits he’s ‘disappointed’ Dwyane Wade decided not to join Miami Heat ownership
- Report: Dwyane Wade previously said he ‘would love’ to join Miami Heat ownership group
- Report: Dwyane Wade purchases ownership stake in Utah Jazz
- Bam Adebayo discloses how Udonis Haslem forced him to speak up in huddle so he could learn to lead Miami Heat
- Bam Adebayo admits he still talks ‘s–t’ to Jayson Tatum about monster block in last year’s playoffs
- Dwyane Wade reacts to Kevin Durant investing in company that grew from $1.6 billion to $100 billion
- Report: Isaiah Thomas receiving interest from Miami Heat, Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks
- Dwyane Wade unveils conversations he’s had with Paul George about his playoff mishaps
- Report: Miami Heat release injury update on Jimmy Butler after scary moment vs. Phoenix Suns
Meyers Leonard Announces He’ll Help Feed Over 1 Million People in April Affected by COVID-19
- Updated: April 6, 2020
On Monday, he announced the exciting news on social media.
Ladies & Gentlemen.. WOW. THANK YOU to everyone who came thru the 24-hour live stream. Together, we raised $70,000 on our way to raise $175,000 and feed over 1 million people in the month of April due to COVID-19. The rest of the month is going to be exciting! Stay tuned! 🙏🏼❤️🔨
Across the league, players have taken to different forms of charity to help those in need. It is truly inspirational to see these young men use their wealth and influence for such great causes during the current crisis.
This isn’t the first time Leonard has been in the news lately. Over the weekend, the big man stated what he hopes will happen with the rest of the 2019-20 NBA season.
With the season currently in the balance, Leonard expressed his hope that every team will get to play five more regular season games before the playoffs begin.
Right now, it is unclear just how likely that is. First, government and medical officials will have to find a way to stall the spread of the disease.
Until then, Leonard and the rest of his NBA colleagues are sure to do all that they can to help those in need.