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Kyrie Irving commits $1.5 million to help cover the salaries of WNBA players sitting out this season
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Kyrie Irving commits $1.5 million to help cover the salaries of WNBA players sitting out this season

Published: July 27, 2020  |  3 min read, 546 words
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Keep Me Logged InBrooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving is doing his part to ensure that his WNBA peers can opt out of playing this season without having to worry about their finances. The 28-year-old point guard recently announced that through his , he is committing $1.5 million to help cover the salaries of WNBA players who forgo playing during the 2020 season, . Currently, WNBA executives and players have agreed that any person who is considered "at risk" for the virus can opt out of playing this season and still receive a full paycheck, according to . Meanwhile, other athletes who are not "at... READ MORE
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