Houston Rockets All-Star Russell Westbrook made a difference for the children in Houston affected by pandemic coronavirus as he donated 650 computers through his Why Not? Foundation partnered by Comp-U-Dopt.
The computers are for children to continue their study at home after they are forced to stay at home while the country faces the deadly virus.
“I’m very excited to be able to cooperate with Comp-U-Dopt and find ways to be able to impact the youth immediately,” said Westbrook to the press.
The ferocious player on the court added that he is very passionate for his foundation doing help especially the children.
Westbrook is also the 2017 NBA regular season MVP when he was with the Oklahoma City Thunder before he teamed up with James Harden, the 2018 MVP, in Houston.