Zach LaVine is putting his Slam Dunk Contest victories to good use.
The Minnesota Timberwolves second-year player donated $10,000 of his winnings toward the completion of a new kitchen facility at the Metro Deaf School in St. Paul, Minnesota, according to a press release tweeted by team play-by-play commentator Dave Benz on Friday:
As the press release detailed, the school has been relying on catered meals due to a non-functioning kitchen. LaVine will also donate some of his time for the big reveal, serving breakfast to the students.
The point guard has apparently worked with the school throughout the season, hosting a holiday party in December and partnering with them on a reading program last fall: