Harlem Globetrotters return to Fairbanks

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Harlem Globetrotters returned to Fairbanks to amaze the crowd with their athleticism and skill.
They also, as always brought the Laughs to the Carlson Center thanks to Big Easy and Moose, who were mic'd up through the contest.
The Globetrotters also brought up TNT, who in 2011 became the first female Globetrotter since 1993, and Too Tall, who at 5 foot 2 is the shortest player in team history.
At one point during the game Too Tall made 4 4-point baskets in a row, that's 30 feet away from the basket.
The Globetrotters defeated the World All-Stars 82-52.
The game was also a way to help the Globetrotters raise awareness for the Red Cross, who have partnered with the Trotters for 300 games this season.
There were Red Buckets being passed around through the entire game to help Raise Money for the Red Cross of Alaska.