The following players are supporting their communities during the COVID-19 crisis:
Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks is donating $100,000 to the Fiserv Forum staff.
Zion Williamson, of the New Orleans Pelicans, is paying the salaries of Smoothie King Center employees for the next 30 days.
Blake Griffin of the Detroit Pistons, is donating $100,000 to the staff of Little Caesars Arena.
Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz is donating $200,000 to the employee relief fund at Vivint Smart Home Arena. In addition, he is donating $100,000 each to coronavirus-related social services in Utah and Oklahoma City plus roughly $111,000 to coronavirus relief in his native France.
Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and his wife, Ayesha, committed to donate one million meals to the Alameda County Community Food Bank for children in the Oakland Unified School District.
Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls pledged to donate 12,500 meals to people in need in Seattle via Feeding America, a network of food banks which helps more than 40 million Americans each year, including 12 million children.
Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks and his wife Ciara pledged to donate one million meals to a local food bank,
Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs, announced he will donate 15,000 meals to Harvesters Community Food Network. The reigning Super Bowl MVP also pledged to donate $100,000 through his foundation to a host of organizations in Kansas City, Missouri, that have been impacted by the outbreak.
George Springer of the Houston Astros pledged $100,000 to help compensate employees at Minute Maid Park and 10,000 meals to the Houston Food Bank.
Jason Heyward of the Chicago Cubs donated $200,000 to coronavirus relief in Chicago, split between two organizations.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi donated $1.2 million to hospitals in Barcelona and his native Argentina.
Cristiano Ronaldo and his agent, pledged $1.1 million to intensive care units in hospitals in Lisbon and Porto.