The 21-year-old did his part to help remove graffiti from the walls of a building:
Tom Orsborn @tom_orsborn
#Spurs' Lonnie Walker on his cleanup efforts: "I take great pride in saying I am part of this community...I am just a regular human being trying to do what we are supposed to do, and that's bring peace, positivity and joy throughout everybody's lives." https://t.co/NrSlaNJbhN
He also handed out water to other people who helped clean up:
@lonniewalker_4 Lonnie Walker from the Spurs showing the city of San Antonio some LOVE by passing out waters to those cleaning up broken windows from several downtown businesses after last nights turn of events. @bmprado2011 @pete_aguilar @ksatnews @KENS5 @KABBFOX29 https://t.co/6xfCe3ztTK
San Antonio was among the more than 30 cities around the United States that experienced protests following the killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis.
The initial protest in San Antonio began Saturday evening with about 5,000 people marching downtown, with the event mostly ending around 7 p.m. local time, per Marina Starleaf Riker, Vincent T. Davis, and Silvia Foster-Frau of the San Antonio Express-News.
Hours later, rioters broke into stores and began looting while police shot tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets at those on the streets.
On Sunday morning, volunteers went out to help clean up the damage that occurred the night before. Walker was among those trying to help make improvements to the city.
The Pennsylvania native is in his second year with the Spurs after being selected in the first round of the 2018 NBA draft.