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Hardaway Jr., Tim(77)
2013 Paint the Town: Chattahoochee vs. Alpharetta
October 20, 2013
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A group of the survivors before the ceremony.
The Chattahoochee Cougars entering the Arena for the game.
Newest Atlanta Hawk, Cartier Martin, stepping off the bus for the event.
Coach Bud enjoying his first Paint the Town event as the Atlanta Hawks Head Coach.
Everyone taking a group shot before the ceremony.
Coach Bud making his way to the field.
Harry the Hawk and Cheerleaders Erika and Allie pose for a quick picture.
Martin, Al Horford and John Jenkins getting ready to honor the survivors.
Cheerleaders and players on the field for the ceremony.
Horford handing out roses to the survivors.
John Jenkins handing out roses to breast cancer survivors. Over 35 survivors were honored before the Chattahoochee-Alpharetta game.
Rookie Dennis Schroder taking it all on on the field pregame.
Royal Ivey, Cartier Martin, Dennis Schroder and John Jenkins walking to the football field.
Al Horford shows off his limited-edition "Real Hawks Wear Pink" shirt in support of cancer survivors.
Al Horford presents Chattahoochee Principal Tim Duncan a signed basketball.
Hawks players with some of the survivors after the ceremony.
Atlanta Hawks Cheerleader Bethany, Horford, Harry and Principal Duncan after the ceremony.
Harry the Hawk shakes hands with one of the referees.
Harry getting in on the action on the 50-yard line for the toin coss.
Horford with the signed ball during the coin toss.
The hometeam running out on the field through a special survivor banner to get the game started.
Schroder throws Hawks mini basketballs out to the crowd.
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