Ignoring for a moment that more details have come our regarding an incident at Zach Randolph's house from August of last year... because we can do such things... here is a great story about Randolph doing something just simply fantastic for the local community.
Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph is giving back to the community by covering utility payments for families who are in need of assistance. For the third consecutive year, Randolph has donated $20,000 to Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA) to be allocated to 100 homes in the Memphis area. He plans to continue his support by visiting senior citizen residents on Saturday, March 17 at 2:30 p.m. to make a check presentation, sign autographs and pay utilities for the residents to avoid termination of their services.
To be honest, we (meaning "everyone") don't tend to post on stories like this because, well, they don't really drive any story or narrative. It's a lot easier to post on the "Hoops Family" story because, well, it's pretty hilarious, but I just wanted to take a second to give kudos to Randolph for showing a little love to the community. Especially in a time where we know said love is certainly needed.
Big ups to Z-Bo on this one. Now, let's get back to talking about how some dude named Beasley got beat up at Randolph's house... this story may never get old.