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Caring Tradition Continues For Jazz Players

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For several years the community has received so many benefits from the generous efforts of former Jazzmen. They have a long history of charitable works like donating their time and money to those living on welfare and they also visit sick children.

Kyle Korver who was traded over to the Chicago Bulls set the best example of an athlete who would give everything to those in need. Fortunately, that attitude of caring will carry over this season among the Jazz players that includes Al Jefferson the newcomer. Jefferson know what it is like to live without the bare necessities. He is working towards helping the youth in his hometown Salt Lake City go past and beyond that experience. Recently he donated 40 backpacks containing school supplies so 40 children could get started off right this school year. He admits that he is gifted with a talent in the sport he loves and he was given the opportunities to earn big money with it. He wishes to share his success by giving back in helping others. Jazz fans are lucky to have a new player on the team who is full of talent and also has a big heart for others.

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