Wendell Moore gifted his shoes to a young fan at Twin Cities Pro-Am

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Wendell Moore gifted his shoes to a young fan at Twin Cities Pro-Am

Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Wendell Moore Jr. on Monday pulled up to the Twin Cities Pro-Am and made one fan’s night at the Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis.

The appearance by Moore was his second in the event after dazzling last week alongside Timberwolves teammates Nathan Knight and Josh Minott. He returned and once again put on a show in front of those in attendance and then took some time to meet some supporters.

He was pictured autographing a pair of his Kobe 8s from Duke for a young fan and then had a photo-op afterward, via Emilee Wolf on Twitter. The gesture will undoubtedly be one that fan remembers for a long time.

Moore is among several rookies to appear in a pro-am this summer, joining the likes of Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren, Tari Eason and David Roddy among others. The games can be a great opportunity for players to meet and connect with fans, as Moore showed.

He certainly left a lasting impression on that fan on Monday.


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Story originally appeared on Rookie Wire