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Kyrie Irving Commits $1.5M To Supplement WNBA Salaries

4 days ago   |   By News One

Amid the social unrest and pandemic, several athletes have opted out of competing in an effort to work towards spreading awareness about systemic injustice or due to the coronavirus. According to ESPN , NBA star Kyrie Irving wants to ensure that WNBA players who have made the decision to sit out are financially supported and has donated $1.5 million to supplement their incomes.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving is committing $1.5 million to supplement the income of players who choose not to play this season, whether because of coronavirus concerns or social justice reasons, writes ESPN...
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