Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant didn’t spend too much time at the University of Texas. He played just one season with the Longhorns before declaring for the NBA Draft. Nevertheless, Durant’s brief college experience in Austin apparently made enough of an impact on him personally that he’s willing to donate a huge sum of money to the university.

It’s quite a generous donation from Durant, who already said goodbye to a good chunk of change in the offseason as he took a sizable discount in order for the Warriors to keep their championship-winning team together. But he’s obviously made more than enough money in his career that he will hardly miss $3 million.

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Perhaps this donation is just another effect of being around Draymond Green. Green also famously wrote a massive check for his alma mater of Michigan State amounting to $3.1 million in 2015. Although, it should be noted that Green did spend all four years at East Lansing as opposed to Durant’s one at Austin.

But whatever Durant’s reasons for giving back to his alma mater, his generosity should be duly lauded. Hopefully, that money will be properly used to benefit a number of young students at Texas.