On Monday night, high school senior Luc Holdaway sat courtside as Utah Jazz took on Minnesota Timberwolves. Holdaway is just another American teenager who’s been bullied and put under tremendous stress for no reason whatsoever. When Utah Jazz stars Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert came to know about him, they extended their support to the young American teenager just to let him know that he was not alone in this fight.
Donovan Mitchell caught up with Luc Holdaway, the teen from Pleasant Grove High School who has been victimized by bullying.— KSL Sports (@kslsports) November 19, 2019
The @UtahJazz are hosting Luc, his family and friends as a VIP against the Timberwolves. #TakeNote pic.twitter.com/vzKO78CvF6
The Pleasant Grove teen, Luc Holdaway, who was the victim of targeted vandalism spent some time with Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell as they geared up for the Timberwolves game. The youngster was spotted chatting with Gobert before the match while Mitchell sat beside him and gave him comfort.
After the incident, a Twitter user called out to people to make Holdaway feel welcome in the community. Responding to the tweet, Gobert wrote, “We definitely will!”, while Mitchell requested his information “ASAP!”
This Pleasant Grove teen woke up on his birthday to find his car covered in horse manure. His father says the vandalism has gone on for years and HAS to stop. Hear from him on @KSL5TV at 6pm #ksllive pic.twitter.com/PcliM1OrZm— Ashley Kewish (@ashleykewish) November 11, 2019
This is terrible!!! Please get his info for me ASAP!! https://t.co/Zwks3tI8yM— Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) November 13, 2019