Atlanta Hawks players play games with Hughes Spalding patients

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Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott plays games with kids

Patients got quite a surprise when three Atlanta Hawks basketball players arrived for fun and games at Hughes Spalding Hospital.

Tim Hardaway Jr., Mike Scott, and Tiago Splitter each took time Tuesday afternoon to play UNO and Wii games with kids at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta center. Harry the Hawk also joined the players in visiting the children.

The Atlanta Hawks have a 30-22 record heading into Wednesday’s game against the Denver Nuggets. Hardaway Jr. has improved in recent weeks, and is now averaging 12.6 points per game for the season. 

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