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The NBA world took advantage of a rare Thanksgiving day off on Thursday. Players not only from America but from all parts of the world came together to celebrate this day.

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We haven’t had the chance to see a lot of plaques this year, but the players – current and former – got in the mood. Sporting News has you covered with some of the best Thanksgiving posts.

James harden

The 2018 NBA MVP spent part of his Thanksgiving serving meals to individuals and families in Brooklyn.

Deni Avdija

The Israel-born Wizards forward had his first Thanksgiving meal and begged Americans to cook healthier foods. He hadn’t even finished his meal before already thinking about how many miles he was going to have to cover to burn the extra calories.

Patty mills

Australians don’t celebrate Thanksgiving like their North American friends, so Brooklyn babysitter Patty Mills had other things on her mind for Thanksgiving morning.

Thanasis Antetokounmpo

The Antetokounbros – plus mom Veronica – got in the mood at home.

Jean Wall

Baron davis

B. Diddy challenged anyone to cook better plates than he and his family.

Javale McGee

The great Suns man knows the importance of giving back. He hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner for Child Crisis Arizona, which provides Arizona children and youth with a safe environment free from abuse and neglect.

CJ Watson




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