INDIANAPOLIS — Victor Oladipo got an early jump to the giving season.
The Indiana Pacers celebrity has gifted the Kia car he won because the 2017-18 NBA Most Improved Player into some domestic violence survivor who works with the Julian Center, an Indianapolis organization supporting national violence survivors.
Renita Hills was honored on the court throughout the Pacers’ game Sunday against Washington. Oladipo seemed with the auto in a taped message and called Hills”a inspiration for lots of individuals.” Hills were subsequently given the keys by pacers mascot Boomer.
After @VicOladipo won the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award, he also was extended a brand-new Kia.
To night, he surprised Renita Hills, a domestic violence survivor who now works together @juliancenter, with the keys on this car.
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) December 2-3, 2018
Oladipo, in his first season from Indiana, won the NBA Cares Community Assist Award for December 2015 because of his job which includes committing $35,000 to a centre which operates with kids working with hearing loss, together with donating an automobile and money into a single mother and her daughter to help them transition of living in a Orlando, Florida, women’s shelter.