WATCH: 18 Hoops Legends Share Messages About Coronavirus 

In an effort to get the word out about health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic, NBA & WNBA players, legends and coaches are filming PSAs from home that share messages of support and tips for reducing risk, staying healthy and practicing social distancing. 

NBA Together Live

Every weekday at 3:00 p.m. EST a member of the NBA family will engage with fans globally, participating in a live interview with NBA broadcast talent or taking questions from fans on Instagram live. Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love will tip off the series beginning today. 

More than 18 players and legends have participated in PSAs, generating more than 37 Million video views across the league’s Instagram Twitter, Facebook and Tik Tok platforms since the first PSA launched on March 13.

 Layshia Clarendon (New York Liberty): 

Khris Middleton (Milwaukee Bucks):

Gary Payton (NBA Legend):

Kevin Love (Cleveland Cavaliers): 

Discussed his PSA and focus on mental wellness during this stressful time on the TODAY Show this morning:

Magic Johnson (NBA Legend):

Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors): 

Luka Doncic and Dwight Powell (Dallas Mavericks): 

Courtney Williams (Atlanta Dream): 

Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks): 

Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz): 

Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz):

Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics): 

Victor Oladipo (Indiana Pacers): 

Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers):

Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets):

Pau Gasol (Two-time NBA Champion)

Grant Hill (NBA Legend): 

Nick Nurse (Toronto Raptors): 

The league is using its vast digital footprint and the powerful voices of teams, players, coaches, doctors and others across the NBA family to launchNBA Together – a global community and social engagement campaign that aims to support, engage, educate and inspire youth, families and fans in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The program is centered on four pillars – Know the Facts, Acts of Caring, Expand Your Community and NBA Together Live – that will amplify the latest global health and safety information, share guidelines and resources, and keep people and communities socially connected through digital tools and virtual events as everyone copes with the impact of the pandemic.

As part of NBA Together, the NBA family is committed to contributing and helping raise more than $50 million to support people impacted by the coronavirus and community and healthcare organizations providing vital services around the world, which includes the more than $30 million financial commitment already made by NBA and WNBA teams and players to date.

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