Al Horford and C.J. McCollum have joined the ranks of NBA players donating to coronavirus relief efforts.
Horford is giving money to fight the pandemic in his native Dominican Republic, and McCollum is supporting organizations in both Oregon and Ohio. Kevin Love, Zion Williamson and Giannis Antetokounmpo are among those to support arena workers affected by the outbreak, and some NBA players are also donating in a different way. Marcus Smart is one of multiple players who have recovered from COVID-19 and will donate their blood for experimental treatments. Apr 02 3:33 pm (EST)
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