ORLANDO, Fla. - It's a yearly tradition.
The Orlando Magic are holding their 28th annual Thanksgiving Breakfast, helping to feed struggling families in Central Florida.
About 400 people enjoyed meals served up by members of the Magic organization -- including head coach Steve Clifford -- at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.
It's an event close to Clifford's heart.
"We have fun. Bo is back there with his family. It's very organized, so even I couldn't screw this up," he joked.
The Magic were not only serving people in the dining room, but they were packaging to-go meals for those who couldn't be there because of the pandemic.
“It’s been kind of hard but were making it,” Kobe Shinuald, who ate at the coalition said. “We're thankful to be here now because there are so many people who didn't make it. There's a lot of people who didn't make it and we're just thankful to be here."