FLINT – Kyle Kuzma and UnitedHealthcare are seeing to it that 250 Flint youngsters might be slightly hotter this winter.
The Los Angeles Lakers forward from Flint is teaming with UnitedHealthcare to offer 250 native youngsters with new winter coats, which might be distributed Thursday, Dec. 10 on the Boys & Girl Clubs of Greater Flint.
UnitedHealthcare donated $10,000 to the Kyle Kuzma Foundation to offset the acquisition of the coats and Kuzma might be offering new athletic footwear to the kids. The Boys & Girls Clubs may even be offering extra winter clothes gadgets similar to gloves and hats.
Kuzma is not going to be in attendance for the giveaway since he’ll be collaborating within the Lakers’ training camp.
Kuzma helped the Lakers win this 12 months’s NBA championship throughout his third season. In 21 playoff games, he averaged 10.0 points and three.1 rebounds. In 61 regular-season games, Kuzma averaged 12.8 points 4.5 rebounds and 1.3 assists.
He was chosen within the first spherical (twenty seventh total) within the 2017 NBA draft out of Utah.
Kuzma has a historical past of giving again to the Flint neighborhood. He has held free basketball camps in Flint, offered free meals to native seniors and donated basketball footwear to the players at Powers Catholic.