Miami Heat guard Duncan Robinson donated 10,000 packs of Taiwanese ramen noodles which he had endorsed to families in the U.S. on Dec. 12.
According to TMZ Sports, the 26-year-old partnered up with A-Sha Foods to donate 10,000 meals to families in need in the South Florida area.
According to a press release issued by A-Sha Foods, Robinson, who loves noodles, happened to buy A-Sha ramen noodles from a supermarket near the campus in 2013 while he was studying at the University of Michigan.
He has loved the noodles ever since. This year, Robinson contacted A-Sha Foods through his agent to express his intention to cooperate with them, and thus became the endorser of the brand.
TMZ reported that Robinson hand-delivered his contribution on Saturday in Pembroke Park.
阿舍食品新聞稿指出，羅賓遜2018年加盟熱火，如今是陣中先發，他的定點接球三分命中率高達46.2%，不只超越金州勇士的「浪花兄弟」柯瑞（Stephen Curry）與湯普森（Klay Thompson），更刷新NBA歷史紀錄，是新一代定點三分王。
Robinson joined the Heat in 2018 and is now in the starting lineup with a 46.2 three-point percentage on spot-up 3 pointers.
He is not one of the best spot-up 3-point shooters in the league.
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