The NBA on TNT crew welcomed Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon to their set inside Fiserv Forum Friday night, after Brogdon scored 14 points in a blowout win over the Toronto Raptors. Brogdon, who recently returned from a plantar fasciitis injury, was given the chance to speak about his non-profit organization Hoops2o, which installs clean wells for communities in need in Africa.
"We basically build clean water wells in East Africa and Tanzania," Brogdon said. "So every summer I go over there. I raise money through the season, I have four other guys in the NBA who are helping me raise money on different teams, and I'm just trying to raise as much money as I can to build more wells. And then I go visit the people in Africa and see the impact it has."
Charles Barkley asked how much it costs to build a well and immediately pledged the $45,000 necessary. Shaquille O'Neal suggested Brogdon name it "the Chuck well."
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Brooklyn's Joe Harris, Memphis' Garrett Temple, Minnesota's Anthony Tolliver and Atlanta's Justin Anderson are the other four players involved in Hoops2o.
Follow Chuck's lead – Donate $45 now at https://t.co/5GKkztZOa7 and provide clean water to those in need!
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