#RealRecognizeReal: Lakers’ Avery Bradley donated over $30,000 in supplies to Wubble for WNBA moms

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Good karma apparently happens when you do right by the WNBA.

A few days after the Seattle Storm claimed its fourth WNBA championship in the IMG Wubble in Bradenton/Palmetto, the Los Angeles Lakers burst the NBA’s bubble in Disney World by defeating the Miami Heat in six games for the NBA championship.

We all know about Te’a Cooper of the Los Angeles Sparks. Shortly after the Connecticut Sun dispatched the Sparks from the wubble in the second round of the WNBA playoffs, she went to the NBA bubble to support her man, Dwight Howard.

Apparently, Cooper was a good luck charm for Howard, LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the Lake Show.

Apparently the Te’a Cooper-Dwight Howard connection is far from the only WNBA connection for the NBA champion Lakers.

Avery Bradley stayed with his family as opposed to going to the bubble, but he collaborated with the WNBPA in an effort to donate over $30,000 to get our WNBA players supplies while secluded in the Wubble.

Avery and Ashley Bradley put emphasis on supplies for WNBA moms (such as Dearica Hamby and Candace Parker) and their children. Supplies included items for children (such as playpens, art supplies, Xboxes and educational tools, etc.) as well as health and beauty supplies to moms.

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