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    Kristen Breeding of Celestine kissed Harlem Wizards player Arnold "A-Train" Bernard on the cheek after he jokingly took her purse, strutted around with it during the game and then asked for a kiss when he gave it back during the Harlem Wizards' visit to Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. The appearance, which was a fundraiser for the school's marching band, was filled with trick shots and comedy. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    LaMarvon "Mr. 540" Jackson of the Harlem Wizards, top left, photo-bombed Gavin Vasquez of Haysville, 8, and Eugene the Jeep as Gavin's mom, Jennifer, took a photo before the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player James "Roadrunner" Tyndal dunked during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Tina Fawks of Dubois, left, held her daughter Abra, 1, as her mother, Judy Schnarr of Celestine, Tina's son Noah, 3, and Judy's husband, Glenn, cheered as Tina's husband, Nick, was announced as a player for the Jeeps against the Harlem Wizards at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player Eric "Broadway" Jones sat in the crowd next to Abby Survance of Loogootee, 9, during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Northeast Dubois band director David Fox, left, picked up Harlem Wizards player TJ "Tomahawk" Stukes during the game Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Mason Breeding of Celestine, 8, left, his mom, Kristen, and Jonni Hackman of Taswell laughed after a funny moment during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player James "Roadrunner" Tyndal, left, dribbled the ball around Dubois and Celestine Elementary Principal Brenda Ferguson during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player James "Roadrunner" Tyndal tied a shirt around the head of Wyatt Freyberger of Dubois, 8, at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. They were playing a game in which a blindfolded Wyatt could keep any merchandise he found scattered around the court in a minute. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player TJ "Tomahawk" Stukes tried on a wig that some of the Jeeps players wore during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Tyler Weikert, 10, left, Matthew Qualkenbush, 11, and Beau Linne, 10, all of Dubois, cheered during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player James "Roadrunner" Tyndal led elementary students during a dance break after the third quarter of the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Harlem Wizards player TJ "Tomahawk" Stukes high-fived Aoibhinn Rasche of St. Anthony, 7, left, during the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Chaz Kurtz of Celestine, 8, played with a streamer after the Harlem Wizards game at Northeast Dubois High School on Thursday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald