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Kevin Love will donate $100K for the Cavs arena staff

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It didn't take long for the NBA community to react to the Coronavirus that is taking the league by storm. It was announced earlier today the NBA would suspend all the games based on the fact, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell tested positive for the virus. The United States is also starting to feel the consequences of the disease as more and more people are testing positive. All these situations made an impact on Kevin Love, who decided to help the cause and the community in Cleveland.

Love announced he will donate over 100,000 thousand dollars through his fund for all the workers at the arena who are now facing uncertainty and are depending on the money they make from working on games. Love hopes that his contribution will help the people and their families who count on this source of income. He also urges everyone to be supportive of each other as much as possible and to take care of their health and well being.

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