Cleveland Cavaliers asking fans to wear pink to Wednesday's game

John Beilein
Posted at 4:24 PM, Oct 29, 2019

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers are going pink on Wednesday.

The team will be hosting their annual "Breast Cancer Awareness Night" against the Chicago Bulls.

There will be pink poster board, hair paint and face paint available for fans on the concourse.

Pink Breast Cancer Awareness wristbands will be on sale in the team shop.

There will be a 50/50 raffle for fans at the game and at home to participate in, with half of the proceeds going to the Cleveland Clinic and Komen Northeast Ohio.

All of the Cavs mascots, entertainment teams and personalities will be wearing pink. Cavs coaches, broadcasters and personnel will be wearing pink ribbon pins.

At halftime, breast cancer survivors, fighters and their families will be honored.

The Cavaliers are asking all fans that attend the game to wear pink.

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