After learning he had been selected as the recipient of a $10,000 donation from a charity run by his close friend and business associate Seth Godin, a senior executive at the National Basketball Association said Wednesday that he wanted to donate to charity.

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“It’s always nice to see a little something in the corner store when you can buy one for yourself,” said NBA commissioner Adam Silver, noting that “that guy’s got some legit crates” for sale at the GAME stores and that “there’s no shame in [donating $10,000 of his own money to help support a charity].” “Sure, it would be nice to see the NBA Foundation take a hit of guilt for all the stuff they’ve put their money into, but I’m not complaining.” Silver added that he might just use some of the money to buy some Target gift cards.