Lakers guard Avery Bradley and his wife Ashley donated more than $30,000 in supplies to the WNBA bubble.
Lakers guard Avery Bradley and his wife Ashley donated more than $30,000 in supplies to the WNBA bubble with an emphasis on helping the league’s working moms, he told Forbes’ Shlomo Sprung.
Bradley, who did not participate in the NBA restart for family reasons, provided WNBA moms and their children with playpens, toys, video games and consoles, ping pong tables, books, school supplies and outdoor games. The contributions also helped establish a “children’s corner” in the WNBA bubble where kids could play.
“One thing that was really important was the moms, being able to make sure their essential needs were taken care of,” Bradley told Forbes. “They don’t make as much, obviously, and I wanted to see if I could be of service to them to be able to assist in any way I
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