Former San Antonio Spurs guard George Hill is continuing to step up and help out essential workers and families in need in San Antonio
If there is a positive to all of the madness that the Coronavirus has brought into our lives it is that is has given some truly exceptional people a chance to show their character. Former San Antonio Spurs guard George Hill is continuing to step up and show why he remains a fan favorite even after he’s left the team.
After providing meals to health care workers through Bush’s Chicken to feed health care workers, Hill is doubling down on his efforts to help the Alamo City. Per Jeff Garcia with News4SanAntonio.com, Hill has teamed up with Fralo’s to open a $1,000 tab for essential workers to come through and get a pie, courtesy of the Milwaukee Bucks guard. Helping out essential workers and giving money to a restaurant that has certainly seen it’s business impacted by this virus. Look at Hill, racking up a double-double of sorts even while the season is suspended.
This is hardly the first, and likely not the last, instance we have seen of San Antonio Spurs taking care of their city in this time of need. From Gregg Popovich to Marco Belinelli we have seen many heartwarming cases of members of our team helping out those in need.
We would’ve loved to have Hill in our corner during the season, he would’ve brought some much needed 3-point shooting to the lineup, but we’ll still celebrate Gregg Popovich’s former favorite player for giving back
I’m a firm believer in that what goes around comes around so it’s only fitting that Hill received some positive news of his own after all the help he has given to San Antonio. According to an ESPN report, Hill’s wife’s grandmother was battling the virus but has made a recovery.
Hill, who still lives in San Antonio during his offseason, has been a great example of how we can all pitch in to help each other get through this. You don’t have to open up a massive tab as the point guard did but anything that you can do to help could mean the world to a family in need.