SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gave a simple reason on Tuesday before the team’s return to the Brooklyn Nets when asked why charity efforts were important to him.
“Because we are rich is hell, and we do not need it all, and other people need it,” Popovich said. “Then you are an ass if you do not give it. Pretty simple.”
Spends a lot of time and money working with some charity and nonprofit organizations such as San Antonio Food Bank and Shoes That Fit, where he collaborated in October to provide shoes for over 200 students. At Gates Elementary School, as well as the Innocence Project, Popovich was singing about community service.
In fact, some of Popovich’s charitable endeavors have not been announced, such as the contribution (the so-called “substantial”) he made to the relief effort following Hurricane Irma and Maria. demolish the home of the US Virgin Islands Tim Duncan, former Spur and Hall of Famer in the future.
Popovich is currently in the process of trying to increase revenue to benefit the J / P HRO, the Haitian relief program, and the United States and Caribbean disaster relief alliance with an emphasis on Texas, Florida. , Puerto Rico, Haiti and Antigua / Barbuda through an auction in which winners and guests can watch Spurs face the Lakers on January 11 at the Staples Center.
After the match, the winner and guest will fly to San Antonio with the team. They will spend three nights in San Antonio (January 11-13) and guests at the January 13 morning photo shoot before ending the evening watching Spurs host the Denver Nuggets from the VIP lounge. In addition to meeting Popovich, the winner of the auction will receive an indoor soccer ball with the signature of Popovich or Spur of their choice.
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