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Dallas Mavericks to Host Breast Health Awareness Night on October 11th

FANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ARRIVE EARLY, WEAR PINK AND SUPPORT BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

On Friday, October 11th, The Dallas Mavericks will host Breast Health Awareness Night during their matchup vs. the Milwaukee Bucks. All fans in attendance will receive a pink breast health awareness rally towel, provided by Texas Oncology. The Mavericks Community Ticket Block presented by Jim Ross Law Group will host 200 breast cancer survivors and their families and the Mavs Fan Express will be filled with 50 members of Khemo Kute, a local survivor organization. Mavs staff and coaches will further promote awareness through their own pink ribbon Mavs pins.

Dallas Maverick Dwight Powell, whose family has been personally impacted by breast cancer, will give a player address prior to the game. The Susan G. Komen North Texas Voices of Hope, an all breast cancer survivor choir, will sing the national anthem and during halftime, there will be a ladies hoop shoot, where survivors will get the chance to win free movie tickets for a year from Studio Movie Grill.

MFFLs are encouraged to combine their Mavs blue with a touch of pink for the night. Great seats are still available for the game. For tickets, visit Mavs.com or call 214.747.6287.

WHEN: Friday, October 11th

Doors: 6:00PM | Tipoff: 7:30PM

WHERE: American Airlines Center, 2500 Victory Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219

BROADCAST: Fox Sports Southwest and 103.3 FM ESPN

MEDIA CONTACT: Rachael Sklar | Rachael.Sklar@dallasmavs.com.

ABOUT TEXAS ONCOLOGY: Helping Texans fight cancer is Texas Oncology’s mission. The practice delivers high-quality, high-touch care to help cancer patients achieve “More breakthroughs. More victories.”® in their fight against cancer. Texas Oncology is an independent, physician-led practice delivering leading-edge technology and treatment options and conducting innovative research. Founders of the practice pioneered community-based care to enable more cancer patients to receive high-quality care while staying close to the critical support of family and friends.