Matisse Thybulle drops his Sixers practice gear off at Philly parks to give away

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Philadelphia 76ers guard Matisse Thybulle is one of the NBA’s best defenders on the floor. He is adept at bothering the hell out of opponents and using his defensive instincts to wreak havoc on the floor.

Off the floor, Thybulle is one of the more interesting players in the league. He has his own YouTube vlog and he is one of the more genuine and down-to-earth guys despite his celebrity status.

On Tuesday, Thybulle did something nice for the city of Philadelphia. He cleaned out his old practice gear and decided to give it away. He dropped four bags of jerseys and shorts off at random parks around the city of Philadelphia and he posted the locations on Instagram for fans to go claim.

It was not too long before fans found those locations to get their hands on Thybulle’s old gear.

It is a selfless act by Thybulle to do this for the community. Who wouldn’t want to get their hands on worn gear by an NBA player for free? Instead of keeping it, he just gave it away, and that is a really cool idea by the young man out of Washington.

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