Duke fans might want to check this out.
This Saturday, the Duke men’s basketball team will participate in an incredible fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey relief.
That morning, from 9:45-11:30 a.m., Duke fans can participate in a “Knockout Harvey” event at Cameron Indoor Stadium. For a minimum donation of $10, fans can participate in games of knockout with members of Duke’s 2017-18 team. All proceeds will go to former Duke star and Houston native Justise Winslow’s Hurricane Harvey Donation.
Winslow and his mother Robin Davis have started Robin’s House Family Foundation, which has raised nearly $90,000 in Hurricane Harvey aid.
Our guy Justise is trying to give back to Houston! Help us #KnockoutHarvey!
📍: Our House
🗓️: Sat., 9/9
⌚️: 9:45-11:30 a.m.
💵: $10 donation pic.twitter.com/1wDRT8TkIh
— Duke Basketball (@DukeMBB) September 6, 2017
This is very cool: Come to Duke on Saturday morning, play ‘Knockout’ with the team and proceeds go to Hurricane Harvey relief. pic.twitter.com/quqKw6FPvE
— Brian Hamilton (@_Brian_Hamilton) September 6, 2017
This is an awesome opportunity for fans, and a great endeavor by Winslow and Duke hoops.
We have a feeling it will raise plenty of cash.