It may have been a rough, tough year for the Gator basketball team, but if you’re into silver linings, at least one Gator basketball alum is doing well.
Former Florida star Al Horford became the first player in Atlanta Hawks franchise history to score 20 points, pull down 10 rebounds and block 10 shots in a playoff game in tonight’s Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Washington Wizards. But that’s not what he’ll be remembered for. Instead- assuming Atlanta wins one of the next two games and reaches their first ever Eastern Conference finals- he’ll be remembered for this:
Here's former Gator Al Horford winning Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semis for the Atlanta Hawks https://t.co/LPZgJM8JpV
— #InAllKindsOfWeather (@AllKindsWeather) May 14, 2015
Nice to see that somebody associated with Gator basketball still has the ability to make Gator fans smile.