In light of the disaster caused by Hurricane Harvey, many are joining in to help. We've seen athletes, celebrities and team honors pledge and raise millions of dollars in relief efforts. 


Now, two NBA rookies are jumping in to help. De'Aaron Fox and Justin Jackson, who are both Houston natives and now teammates on the Sacramento Kings, are hosting a charity basketball game in September. 



The two have already made their marks on the basketball court and are trying to do the same off of it. The proceeds from the game will go along with the $100,000 that the Kings organization has already donated. 


The idea of a charity basketball game is a clever one. While making straight donations isn't bad whatsoever, bringing in the element of sports is another cool way to help raise money for those in need. As young NBA rookies, you can tell how important charity and giving back is to Fox and Jackson, especially since the issue hits home for them. 


While we aren't sure who will be taking part in the game, you have to figure some notable names will be involved, including other Kings teammates. Knowing these players, it will be a competitive game, but all for a good cause.