Towns And Butler Take Part In NBA All-Star Day Of Service
Less than 15 hours after finishing their game against the Lakers in Minnesota, Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler were out and about in the community as part of the NBA All-Star Day of Service in Los Angeles.
Both players were at Baby2Baby. Baby2Baby provides low-income children ages 0-12 years with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.
Towns was in charge of unloading a truck full of boxes of diapers, while Butler made baby bundles full of everyday essentials.
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It was a fun and energetic event, with different All-Stars cycling through rotations, including Kevin Love and Kevin Durant.
It’s the start of a very fun weekend for Towns, who is in his first All-Star Game, and Butler, who made his fourth straight.