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Devin Booker wins first-ever NBA 2K Players Tournament, donating $100k to coronavirus relief

Booker vs. Ayton headlined the fun final.

Phoenix Suns v Portland Trail Blazers Photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images

Devin Booker dominated his NBA peers on the way to winning the 2K Players Tournament put together recently to pass time during no sports. Televised nationally on ESPN platforms, Booker defeated his teammate Deandre Ayton. The Suns’ star defeated Montrezl Harrell in the semifinals, while Ayton quieted Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley.

Booker, the NBPA and 2K team donated $100,000 to COVID-19 relief. Arizona Food Bank Network and Direct Relief received the funding thanks to a fun, unique idea put together by the Association.

Without sports right now due to the coronavirus, this was a fun way to keep in touch with the superstars during it. Especially for the Suns’ fanbase, seeing Booker and Ayton duke it out was a pleasure as well.

No matter what he does, Devin Booker is always winning.

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