INDIANAPOLIS — Victor Oladipo obtained an early soar on the giving season.
The Indiana Pacers star has gifted the Kia car he won because the 2017-18 NBA Most Improved Participant to a domestic violence survivor who works with the Julian Middle, an Indianapolis group supporting domestic violence survivors.
Renita Hills was honored on the courtroom in the course of the Pacers’ recreation Sunday towards Washington. Oladipo appeared in a taped message with the car and known as Hills “an inspiration to so many individuals.” Pacers mascot Boomer then gave Hills the keys.
Oladipo won the NBA Cares Neighborhood Help Award for December 2015 for his work that incudes giving $35,000 to a middle that works with kids coping with listening to loss, together with donating a car and cash to a single mom and her daughter to assist them transition out of residing in an Orlando girls’s shelter.