MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Bucks player George Hill teamed up with the owner of Bush's Chicken to provide meals to healthcare workers on the front lines.
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Hill made the donation to Baptist Health Systems in San Antonio, Texas, where he used to play.
The organization took to Twitter to share a few photos from the donation and to thank Hill and Bush's Chicken for the donation.
NBA Player, George Hill, of the Milwaukee Bucks and former San Antonio Spurs, partnered with Tony Cain, owner of Bush's Chicken, to provide meals for our front line healthcare heroes. Thank you for this generous donation!#communitybuiltoncare #healthcareheroes pic.twitter.com/HnTx5PLQHb— BaptistHealthSystem (@BaptistHealthSA) March 25, 2020
Hill is a point guard and shooting guard for the Milwaukee Bucks. He started his NBA career with the San Antonio Spurs.