Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, September 30, 2015

It's still the offseason in the NBA, and Nik Stauskas remains busy trying to raise money and awareness for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF).

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Last week, the 2014 Big Ten Player of the Year was on the road appearing on Breakfast Television Vancouver – even trying his hand at doing the weather. This week, he was on TSN's "Off the Record," drilling 3-pointers with random items, including a football, cabbage and watermelon. Stauskas hit six of the seven objects, only missing with a cauliflower.

The former Michigan star and current Philadelphia 76ers guard's grandmother was diagnosed with IPF, a chronic and fatal disease that leads to progressive decline in lung function, five years ago. So, Stauskas has made it his mission to spread the word, joining a project that donates $1 to IPF research per video uploaded to

Stauskas said the videos, showing you blowing a kiss goodbye to IPF, should be three seconds long and linked to your social media accounts.