Former Memphis Grizzlies Guard Mike Conley Donates $200,000 For COVID-19 Relief Efforts In Memphis

Anthony Sain

The Memphis Grizzlies All-Time assists leader dishes up another one as Mike Conley has donated $200,000 to the City of Memphis for COVID-19 relief efforts.  

Conley made his donation to CodeCrew here in Memphis as well as other organizations in other locations that shaped his life and career including Utah, Arkansas, Indiana, and Ohio. His donations will help people who have struggled financially as well as students who have to learn remotely with limited resources.

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