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An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader was taken off the court in a stretcher Monday after slipping and falling during a dance routine.
The cheerleader was hurt between the third and fourth quarter of the Hawks-Dallas Mavericks game at Phillips Arena.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the cheerleader was taken by paramedics to a hospital to undergo tests and that she never lost consciousness despite appearing to hit her head.
The cheerleader, identified as Kristen, has an identical sister Kirsten who is also a cheerleader for the team. Below you can see a picture of the two of them together:
— Kristen(@AHC_Kristen) March 9, 2013
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This Atlanta cheerleader fell hard in between the third and fourth quarters of the Hawks vs Mavericks game.
Prior to the start of the fourth quarter of the Hawks-Mavs game, one of the Atlanta cheerleaders took a rather scary looking fall during a dance routine and had to be carted off the court after being immobilized. It looks as if she either slipped on the court’s slick floor or her foot just came out from under her, leading the poor girl to hit her head as she landed.
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Maybe she should have given her sneakers the old Larry Bird spit treatment before heading onto the court for this one.
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