Los Angeles Laker Kyle Kuzma is helping his home town of Flint and those who need extra help due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kuzma, who played basketball for Bentley High School, announced Wednesday night he is partnering with the Flint, Michigan, YMCA to donate meals to seniors being affected by the coronavirus.  It's reported that the six week program is designed to provide dinner and a snack every night.

The program, according to Bill Oram of The Athletic,  is expected to provide 550 meals a week for those senior citizens needing help at this time.

After high school, Kuzma went on to play for the University of Utah before being picked 27th overall in the draft by the Brooklyn Nets. In a draft-day trade was sent to the Lakers. The NBA has, like most sports,  suspended their season.

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