Quarantine has caused most, if not all barbershops to close temporarily, leaving all of us to either grow out our hair or turn to family members to cut it for us.
Wizards coach Scott Brooks one of those people to turn to a family member, specifically his daughter Lexi, to give him a haircut. But this one comes with a twist for a good cause.
The Wizards announced Tuesday the beginning of the "Brooks Looks Challenge." If Wizards fans and people alike can raise $25,000 by May 15, Brooks will let his daughter cut his hair.
Introducing the #BrooksLooksChallenge pres. by @FreshVineWine! 💈— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) May 5, 2020
Like many of you, Coach Brooks needs a haircut desperately. He will allow his daughter, Lexi, to cut his hair if $25,000 in donations are reached for Feeding The Frontlines!
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"As you can see, I need a haircut desperately, and my daughter has been threatening me for the last two weeks," Brooks said. "So, I told her if we can raise $25,000, I will let her shave my entire hair off."
The proceeds will go to Monumental Sports' Feeding The Frontlines, aimed toward helping healthcare workers heading the fight against the coronavirus.
So if you'd like to see Brooks with a shaved head or just need a reason to help your local front-line healthcare workers, there's only one thing for you to do over the next 10 days.
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