Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, May 28, 2015

Victor Oladipo spent the day Wednesday at the Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington D.C.

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Oladipo's older sister, Kendra, who became deaf in second grade, is a substitute teacher at the school, so the former Indiana star and current Orlando Magic guard paid the school a visit.

According to the Washington Post link above, Oladipo talked to students for a half-hour, took questions from the kids and posed for photos. He also talked about post-NBA life, saying that he wanted to start a basketball camp for deaf youth.

An underrated part of the visit: Oladipo didn't tweet or Instagram a thing about what he was doing. That's cool, and it shows he wasn't doing this for the attention.

Watch a video of Oladipo's visit below.