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Harlem Legends to play the Hall County All-Stars in celebrity basketball game March 19
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Hall County All-Stars vs. Harlem Legends
When: 5 p.m. Saturday, March 19
Where: Riverside Military Academy, 2001 Riverside Drive, Gainesville
Cost: $10 general admission; $25 VIP
More info: or 678-617-3884

Former professional athletes will face off against Hall County residents on the hardcourt in a celebrity basketball game.

The Harlem Legends versus Hall County All-Stars game will be at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 19, at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville. A clinic will begin at 3 p.m. at the academy at 2001 Riverside Drive.

Tickets are $10 for general seating or $25 for VIP including a meet and greet prior to the game and courtside seating. Tickets for the clinic are $25 for children 18 and younger.

For tickets, visit or call Kim Hames at 678-617-3884.

The Hall County All-Stars will consist of area political officials, law enforcement authorities, firefighters, coaches and teachers. Team members are: Nick Ball, Wauka Mountain Farm; Josh Barrett, Lakeview Academy; James Callahan; The Rev. Bill Coates, First Baptist Church of Gainesville; James Corbin, Riverside; Katie B. Davis, WDUN radio personality; Christopher Jue; Lee Koontz, First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville; John Lillie III; Tracy Hines; Dave McConnell, Gainesville High School teacher and football coach; Stephanie Yarem Ransom, Gainesville High School graduate and assistant athletic director at UGA; Ed Schrader, Brenau University president; Charlie Strong, financial professional at Wells Fargo; Allen Tallman, Riverside Military Academy lacrosse coach; The Rev. Terry Walton, Gainesville First United Methodist Church; and Ellis Pitts.

The Legends basketball consist of former Harlem Globetrotters, NBA players and Continental Basketball Association players and college athletes. Some of the former Globetrotters are Michael Douglas, Larry “Shorty” Coleman, Tyrone “Hollywood” Brown, Harold “Bobo” Hubbard, Antoine Scott, Elbert “Tree” Gordon, Reggie Dixon, Gator Rivers and Paul Gaffney.

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