NBA star gives back to children in need

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall helped a family that had fallen on hard times by giving them $1,000 worth of groceries, tickets to a game and paying private school tuition for the family's twins.
1:18 | 12/26/17

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For them a mile more than it is. We know of the great basketball player would be known as a better person. Citizen kids with sentiment which is that this kid. That shouldn't get any wild because I mean when that opportunity. So he's got the movement for the holidays and in need him to get to a game. So mom and dad as what the other word thank you so much for your generosity and your kind spirit. There's. Having. The addition. I really appreciate I lost my dead ranging now from cancer no I didn't do Buick and his balance how to survive.

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