Being in the NBA puts basketball players in a special place, where they can have a huge impact on the lives of their fans.
While a lot of players use their wealth to live a lavish life, there are some who try to give back to the community as much as possible.
With that being said, a few members of the Cleveland Cavaliers won the hearts of fans with a great gesture.
As revealed via the Cavs Care on Twitter, several team members, alongside Tristan Thompson, Isaac Okoro, and Evan Mobley, served Thanksgiving dinner to a group of 150 kids.
Thankful for all of YOU!
Last night, @realtristan13, @evanmobley, and @isaacokoro303 served Thanksgiving Dinner, alongside Cavs team members, to a group of 150 from Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s Project ACT to kick-off the holiday season.@UPS | #LetEmKnow pic.twitter.com/CgGG2cFqgi
— Cavs Care (@CavsCare) November 7, 2023
The 150 kids belonged to the Metropolitan School District’s Project ACT, and it was the perfect way for the Cavs to kick off the Holiday season.
It’s small gestures like these which often mean the world to the fans.
As for the Cavs’ performance in the 2023-3 season, the organization has struggled to perform well this season.
They are currently 3-4 to start the season and are in the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference.
Considering the team has a losing record right now, it’s certainly not the ideal start to the season for a team that was the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference last season.
However, the Cavaliers still have a chance to turn their season around over the remainder of the regular season.
Donovan Mitchell will be the key to making the dream come true for the Cavaliers, as he is currently averaging 32.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 5.7 assists per game for the season.