ONE of the smallest players in the PBA also proved he's one with the biggest hearts.
Magnolia Hotshot guard Jio Jalalon showed his soft side after sharing packed foods and grocery items on his own especially the frontliners and the needy in this time of the coronavirus pandemic.
With the help of some friends, the fourth year playmaker traversed the area of San Juan and later Kalookan City to distribute the relief items which they carried on his Sports Utility Vehicle.
"Yung meryenda, dito lang sa San Juan to Aurora, tapos Timog in Quezon City," said the 5-foot- point guard out of Arellano University.
"Yung mga goods naman, Kalookan to Recto papunta ng Espana. Umikot kami."
He said the charity work is just his small way of helping his fellow Filipinos in time of crisis.
"Binigyan lang natin yung mga tunay na bayani natin," added Jalalon.
The Magnolia stalwart is just the latest in a number of PBA players and personalities to have stepped forward and help in whichever he can to ease the burden of his fellow countrymen.
And more is possibly coming in the next few weeks.
"Hindi ko pa alam. Baka next week," said Jalalon. (RG)