Cavs’ Kevin Love says helping other people amid the coronavirus crisis is ‘a way of therapy’

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Kevin Love admitted that helping other people amid the coronavirus crisis is ‘a way of therapy’ for him.

The 31-year-old forward recently donated $100,000 to support the arena workers of the Cleveland Cavaliers organization.

“We all feel some of that anxiety and stress and the unknown. At least that’s what really works me up and is really scary. Day to day with this thing, turning on the news and seeing the new reports and the numbers.

It’s a really odd time to navigate things. But the community aspect, helping others and random acts of kindness. If you’re able to do it, it absolutely is what makes me and a lot of people feel better.

It’s a common enemy. It’s a sense of being united. Nothing unites us like a common enemy. I feel, selfishly, helping, it’s a way of therapy for me,” Love said, via Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times.