Florida State Women's basketball program is teaming up in the fight against breast cancer, but they need the help of their fans.
More than a million woman a year are diagnosed with the breast cancer.
That's why Florida State is asking fans to Think Pink when it plays host to NC State tomorrow night.
FSU Coach Sue Semrau says breast cancer has affected everyone in the ACC and this is an opportunity to do something to fight the disease.
Coach Sue Semrau said, "Sports can be something that is for the greater good, it's not just about winning and losing, it's about a way to step up on a platform and say hey we want to give back and this is an opportunity to do that."
One dollar from every ticket purchased will be donated to the Kay Yow, WBCA Cancer fund.
At the halftime of the game, local breast cancer survivors will be honored, and after the game fans have a chance to shoot free throws with the coaches and players on the court for the Shots for a Cure Fundraiser.
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