It seems Isaiah Thomas isn’t letting the fact that he remains off an NBA roster at this time stop him from using his name to do good for the community. Thomas has always been a very generous and helpful community icon and is now stepping up in the time of need. Thomas actually won the 2017 Community Assist Award in the NBA, so this adds to an impressive resume of good Thomas has done for the community.
Thomas is back in Seattle, where he’s partnered with Pagliacci’s Pizza, a local pizza parlor chain in Seattle, to donate food to hospital workers in the Seattle area. Specifically, Isaiah Thomas has announced he will donate food to the UW Medical Center, which has been greatly impacted by COVID-19. Thomas has chosen the dates Tuesday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 14, to deliver the food.
NBA players around the league have been banding together and doing their part in helping the COVID-19 crisis, Thomas becomes the latest to step in. Thomas is proving you don’t need a court and a ball, to come in clutch for your city, and the world. Despite all the talk about him, and where he’s going to play, Thomas has put more serious matters first. This is yet another example of people coming together to do good for the community, which we’re seeing more and more.