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Los Angeles Lakers goaltender Alex Caruso’s All In Challenge auction closes at $ 12,000 Thursday night, and the winner left for a well-rounded experience.
The 26-year-old announced his participation in the COVID-19 viral relief initiative on May 13:
fanatics official site provided a more detailed description of Caruso’s offer:
“Put your artistic skills to the test when you collaborate with Alex Caruso to create a new ‘Carushow’ T-shirt to sell online. After the design session (or you can collaborate during), you, the winner, will attend the dine with Alex in Los Angeles, Calif. In addition, you and a lucky guest will also receive tickets to a home LA Lakers game, including post-game passes with access to the private President’s Room, by invitation only, located near the locker room. meet Alex after the game, take pictures and he’ll autograph Caruso shirts for each of you to keep! “
Caruso has become a fan favorite since signing with the Lakers after being undrafted by Texas A&M in 2017:
Caruso is a valuable reserve in Los Angeles, averaging 5.7 points, 2.1 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 17.7 minutes over 120 games (12 starts).
The All In Challenge started on April 14 with this video from Fanatics founder Michael Rubin:
Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma, Lakers head coach Frank Vogel and Lakers Hall of Fame legend Magic Johnson were among the celebrities who attended.
The All In Challenge raised $ 45.6 million and with all proceeds donated to Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen and Feeding America.