Thunder's Dion Waiters makes touching donation to his hometown days after brother's death
An incredibly emotional time in Dion Waiters' life won't stop the Oklahoma City Thunder guard from trying to improve the lives of others.
Just days after losing his brother, Demetrius Pickney, to senseless violence in their hometown of Philadelphia, Waiters donated $10,000 to his former Philly elementary school:
Dion Waiters donated $10,000 to his elementary school in south Philly today for a new playground. Cool event. pic.twitter.com/xYuH4Yn6wi— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 17, 2016
.@NBA guard Dion Waiters got a big welcome, days after brother killed Watch #CBS3 at 6, listen @KYWNewsradio for why pic.twitter.com/Id0dXpCxu6— Cherri Gregg (@cherrigregg) March 17, 2016
Waiters recently returned to the Thunder, who are in Philadelphia to take on the 76ers on Friday, after missing four games to grieve and attend his brother's funeral.