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Published on Mar 28, 2012
Ryan Cameron Night at the Hawks began at an hour few would recognize as day, as the headlights were still on when he pulled his truck out of his North Atlanta home to drop 8-year-old son Cayden off at school.
"I do more before 12 than most people do all day!" the top-rated afternoon personality declared.
And then he went about backing that assertion up -- stopping at his daughter Kai's school to contribute a bank bag full of coins for its "Pennies for Puppies" fundraiser; downing a grand slam of wheatgrass, ginger, lemon and cranberry juice at Arden's Garden; swimming 20 of the 100 laps he does a week; dropping off a shirt to be pressed for the Hawks-Celtics game; having a loose filling replaced; picking up that shirt; changing into his pin-striped suit; picking up gifts from Tiffany's for the women joining The Ryan Cameron Foundation in the Philips Arena suites later; and meeting with his agent.
Mind you, it's not even 2 p.m. yet.
That's when his live broadcast with Crash starts at Taco Mac at CNN Center, after which he makes his way over to The Highlight Factory where the franchise's P.A. leads the Hawks fans in cheers (despite the close loss); and finally, on what was declared HIS night, he gives back to the ticketholders by gathering some of his celebrity friends (Keri Hilson, Keith Sweat, Ron DeVoe, Travis Porter, Marlon Jackson, Shekinah of "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle") for an autograph signing.
"If I was any happier," he told an arena employee as he waited for an elevator, "I'd be twins!"
(With this kind of schedule, perhaps he should be).