Brooklyn Nets star DeAndre Jordan is doing his part to personally assist those combating the coronavirus — by surprising 200 frontline workers with free meals!!
TMZ Sports has learned — the 6’11” center popped up at the myCovidMD in Los Angeles on Thursday … teaming up with Postmates to provide the large group of workers administrating COVID tests with food from one of his favorite local joints — Harold & Belle’s.
We’re told Jordan hooked the workers up with chicken creole and his personal fav — veggie jambalaya.
Of course, it’s a great gesture coming from Jordan — who was unable to compete in the 2020 NBA restart after testing positive for COVID-19.
Awesome move from the All-Star … and now we’re hungry for some Louisiana creole cuisine.