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Jarrett Culver's NBA season with the Minnesota Timberwolves ended before the bubble resumed. Before the novel coronavirus ended the season, he was having a productive run for a rookie.

According to a press release from the City of Lubbock, Culver returned to Lubbock to remind the city to "mask up." Culver was joined by his brothers Trey and J.J. at their high school gym at Coronado, where they shot some hoops and talked about the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Lubbock is such a special place for me and my family," said Culver in a press release. "We need to make sure we are all doing our part in keeping our city safe and healthy. By wearing a mask you can help stop the spread of COVID-19. I encourage everyone in Lubbock to wear a mask so we can get back to doing the things we love in our city."

You probably know Culver from his time playing for Texas Tech men's basketball, but he also played at Coronado High School before making the jump to the Red Raiders. While at Texas Tech, he was a part of an Elite 8 run and a National Championship appearance.

Speaking of National Championships, Trey Culver is a two-time NCAA national champion in the high jump and three-time Big 12 high jump champion.

J.J. Culver played basketball at Wayland Baptist University, where he scored 100 points in a game and was the SAC Player of the Year and a first-team All-American.

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