Debbie Wright is a Warriors fan for many years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and was told that there were only two to six weeks left in her life. Her last wish is to meet Thompson, who is her favorite Warriors player. On October 21st, Beijing time, her wish became reality. Thompson and Wright had a video chat for 25 minutes.
How did this wish come true? A week ago, Debbie's husband Randall wrote a letter to Warriors reporter Frank. He wrote: "My wife really likes Thompson of the Warriors. I would like to ask if it is possible for Thompson to have a video call with her. Money and gifts are not what she wants. She just wants to see Thompson."
Finally, under the contact between Frank and the Warriors staff, Thompson learned of the incident. He warmly satisfied Debbie's last wish and chatted with her on video.
According to Randall, the video call lasted about 25 minutes. Thompson was very kind and gentle. He also introduced his dog Rocko to Debbie. Randall shared the footage of the video call. Obviously, he was able to satisfy his wife's last wish, which made the man very pleased.
Hospice care can make people who are about to leave this world feel the last warmth. Faced with such a request, Thompson responded warmly, and he set an example for everyone. Many NBA teams also have similar cooperative projects to send warmth to their terminally ill fans.
This past season, Thompson did not play due to injury, but he is now 100% healthy and needs to gradually enter the game state. The Warriors in the 2020-21 season are already regarded as one of the championship contenders. The returning Thompson will once again become an important puzzle for them to hit the championship.