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Russell Westbrook Donates 650 Laptops To Students In Houston For Digital Education

Houston Rockets' star guard Russell Westbrook and Comp-U-Dot will be donating 650 laptops to Houston students to help with their digital education.

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Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook will be donating 650 laptops to students in Houston to help with their digital education. The NBA made a statement about Westbrook's donation, giving details about him teaming up with Comp-U-Dopt for the donation. Houston's mayor, Sylvester Turner, tweeted about Russell Westbrook's donation. 

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According to the Rockets' statement, the donation will help many students and their families suffering from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Russell Westbrook's Why Not? Foundation and Comp-U-Dot will help students focus on their education from home till they can go back to school. Schools in Texas are closed until at least May 4 to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. Comp-U-Dopt was founded in 2007 and is working on donating computers to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. The organization had donated around 1000 computers since March 18. 

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