Stockton Kings Players Gabe Vincent, Isaiah Pinero, Marcus Graves, and Tyler Ulis will Adopt Families at the Stockton Shelter for the Homeless —
— Stockton Kings to Provide Breakfast for the Families at the Shelter –
— Stockton Kings to Treat 40 Youth to “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” Private Viewing –
Today, the Stockton Kings – the NBA G League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings –announced another Day of Doing Good event as part of the NBA G League’s Season of Giving. This morning, the Stockton Kings, with the help of Stockton guard Tyler Ulis’s nonprofit, the Tyler Ulis Foundation, will adopt 12 local families from the Stockton Shelter for the Homeless for a day of holiday celebrations.
Stockton players – Gabe Vincent, Isaiah Pineiro, Marcus Graves, Tyler Ulis – will join the Stockton Kings front office and the Tyler Ulis Foundation to celebrate the holidays with the families in a day that will include holiday gifts, a special breakfast and a private viewing of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker for the youth.
Earlier this month, the Stockton Kings adopted 20 local youth and took them on a $200 shopping spree each, followed by dinner at Round Table Pizza for a Day of Doing Good. On Wednesday, December 4, the Stockton Kings rented out the Children’s Museum of Stockton for families at the Stockton Shelter for the Homeless for their Player Holiday Party. Families were invited to decorate holiday cookies, enjoy pizza, and play at the museum. Players Cody Demps, Gabe Vincent, Isaiah Pineiro and strength and conditioning coach Ernie DeLosAngeles joined the party.
The Stockton Kings will wrap up their second Season of Giving this upcoming weekend as they collect toys for the Table Community Foundation at their back-to-back home games. Fans who bring a new unwrapped toy to a Stockton Kings game on December 27 or 28 will receive a free ticket to the game.