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Hawks take part in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Dikembe Mutombo's is, of course, flawless.

Streeter Lecka

As anyone who's been on the internet in the past week knows, the biggest trend right now is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. It's risen to popularity as a way to raise awareness for the disease, either by accepting the challenge of dumping a whole bucket of ice water over one's head, or donate to ALS foundations to fight Lou Gehrig's disease.

So, of course, athletes have gotten into it, with the Atlanta Hawks' own Al Horford accepting Kent Bazemore's challenge. Al let out a great scream upon impact:

He challenged teammates Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and Coach Bud, but no word from them yet.

Former Hawk and current NBA ambassador Dikembe Mutombo's reaction was even better:

And Hawks CEO Steve Koonin, who always seems like such a fun guy, called out fellow Atlanta sports execs as he completed the challenge: