Trae Young donates $4 million to build sports facility in his hometown



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Times like these is when athletes show what their made of. Several athletes have joined protests and have given their money to respectable causes. Trae Young is no different as he donated $4 million to build a sports facility in his hometown of Norman, Oklahoma.

For many a place to play let alone indoor facilities are hard to come by. Young has helped make the lives of many athletes easier with this kind gesture.

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Albert Dadson is a Freelance Sports Writer that mainly focuses on the NFL and NBA. He is a contributor for FanSided, a staff writer for Last Word on Sports, an Eagles Beat Writer for SkullKing Sports and a contributor for TalkBasket. His work has been featured on Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports and Bleacher Report. He earned Dean’s List honors in 2013 at Camden County College before graduating with his Associate’s degree and has a Bachelors in Journalism from Rowan University.



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