Former UNC and NBA star Rasheed Wallace is giving back to the community in Flint, Michigan. Sheed found a way to give back to the individuals who were affected by the contaminated water crisis in Flint by driving a truck from North Carolina to Flint on Thursday night.
Former NBA star Rasheed Wallace drove a truck filled with cases of water from North Carolina to Flint, Michigan on Thursday night, according to UNC’s basketball program.
Wallace played for the Tarheels from 1993 to 1995 before being selected with the No. 4 overall pick in the 1995 NBA draft.
Wallace is one of many stars donating and assisting the federal state of emergency with the water conditions in Flint. The contaminated water has been linked to residents who have suffered permanent brain damage as well as 10 victims who have died from Legionnaire’s disease.