On Tuesday, the Houston Rockets reported they will donate $10 million after the Hurricane Harvey destroyed many places in Houston causing a severe damage. The donation was made to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that are trying to save many places flooded around the States. The news were reported today by a corresponsal of the USA Today’s. On Monday, they said they were giving $4 million to the fund, but then today the owner Leslie Alexander said they will give more money. They exist other teams as the Houston Astros that also gave funds.
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They gave $4 million, while the Houston Texas gave $1 million. Many teams are making an effort to contribute with the national emergency. NFL is trying to make their effort, as they announced they will match with McNair to generate a contribution. Many players took social media to raise money for Harvey’s recovery. One of those players is J.J. Watt who took social media to raise some money for it. He raised $200,000 at the beginning, who later turn in a goal of $2 million. The good news is that Houston is recovering from the terrible disaster.
The NWS said to the press they were very thank with everyone that has been raising money and that the 49 inches of rain become a record of the highest rainfall that had attacked the country. This storm system destroyed the whole city and let many people without home. Many of the floods changed the schedules of the games. One of the games that were moved were the LSU Tigers against the BYU Cougars. Many teams had to move their games like the Astros, Dallas Cowboys and the Rangers.