While NBA games are suspended, the Brooklyn Nets are extending a hand to hourly employees at Barclays Center.

The team released a statement saying they're committed to providing financial compensation for games as well as non-Nets events at the arena.

The Nets say they'll pay workers through the end of May, unless events start getting put back on the calendar before that. Brooklyn has nine remaining regular season home games.

The Post reports that Madison Square Garden will compensate workers for this week’s missed Big East Tournament and future Knicks and Rangers games.

Meanwhile, Rudy Gobert, the first NBA player to test positive for the coronavirus, is pledging to donate $500,000 to relief efforts.

The All-Star center for the Utah Jazz says the donation will be divided between part-time employees at the team's arena, families in Oklahoma City whose work is affected by the outbreak and relief efforts in his native France.

Several other NBA players have made similar donations to help arena workers.

The NBA suspended the season shortly after Gobert's positive test was announced.

His teammate Donovan Mitchell has also tested positive.

The latest player to be diagnosed is Christian Wood of the Detroit Piston.

Detroit played against the Jazz and Knicks last weekend.

He is the third confirmed case among NBA players.