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Damar Hamlin is in the building for the Philadelphia 76ers’ homestand Thursday against the Boston Celtics.
The celebrated Bills safety, who survived an on-field cardiac arrest on Jan. 2. and has spread heart health awareness, is at Wells Fargo Center for Thursday’s highly-anticipated Game 6 tiebreaker.
“Game 6 tonight in Philly; y’all know I’m rocking with the Sixers,” Hamlin said. Hamlin posted a picture of a hat from his foundation, the Chasing M’s Foundation Charitable Fund, which provides development and health resources for youth sports.
The Sixers head into Game 6, staring at a 3-2 series advantage to close out Boston.
Hamlin was cleared to return to the football field in April, but his status for the upcoming season continues to be a mystery.
READ: DAMAR HAMLIN CLEARED TO PLAY FOOTBALL, REVEALS COMMOTIO CORDIS WAS REASON FOR CARDIAC ARREST
Sixers guard James Harden kindly extended another invite to Michigan State shooting victim John Hao.
The 20-year-old proved to be a good luck charm in the Sixers’ last home game on Sunday. Philly went on to win 116-115 in overtime. Unfortunately, Hao will not be at Wells Fargo Center on Thursday.
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