Westbrook provided meals on Thursday to nurses in the ICU and COVID-19 units at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital in Los Angeles, dropping off food from local restaurant The Nice Guy.

Rockets guard Russell Westbrook has been making the most of the NBA’s coronavirus suspension, from training in Los Angeles to donating laptops to Houston students. And Westbrook continued to give back on Thursday in partnership with the Why Not? Foundation.

Westbrook provided meals on Thursday to nurses in the ICU and COVID-19 units at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital in Los Angeles, dropping off food from local restaurant The Nice Guy. Westbrook sported gloves and a mask for his delivery before sending a thank you message to the hospital’s workers over Instagram.

“Last night I helped provide meals to the nurses in the ICU & COVID Units at my hometown hospital, MLK Community Hospital,” Westbrook wrote. “Extremely humbling to be able to do this and we appreciate all your hard work during this time. Thank you for all that you do!”

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