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The Atlanta Hawks decided to get inventive when they made their new fan conduct video. According to Jocksandstilettojill.com the Hawks went straight to the catchiest song of the summer, Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke, and spoofed it the way only sports organizations know how to.
What did we learn from this video? Atlanta DJ Ryan Cameron, who is the voice of the Hawks, cannot sing at all. He’s also teethering on not being able to dance. However, we’ll give him a pass because the video is a fun and effective way for fans to actually pay attention to the message of being respectful toward each other.
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Instead of simply telling basketball fans in attendance not to throw objects or use obscene gestures, the Atlanta Hawks decided to sing it to them. But that's using the word "sing" rather loosely.
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The Atlanta Hawks used a tried and true method of informing fans about the guidelines at Philips Arena this season — making a “Blurred Lines” parody video, of course.
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During the Sacramento Kings’ 105-100 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, DeMarcus Cousins was on the receiving end of a pretty egregious fist to the crotch from Hawks rookie Dennis Schröder as he set a pick for point guard Isaiah Thomas. Some believe that Schröder may be receiving a call from the NBA league […]The post DeMarcus Cousins sets pick, takes nasty crotch-shot from...
Just when you thought it was safe to look at the Interwebs without seeing another “Blurred Lines” parody, the fine folks over at the Atlanta Hawks did their own.
They decided to create the parody for their fan code of conduct and below are the results of that effort featuring the Harry the Hawk and Ryan Cameron:
To be fair, the Atlanta Hawks cheerleaders save this video…
The Atlanta Hawks will use rotating captains for the team this season.
According to the Hawks, the details of the new system will be kept "in house."
Al Horford is entering his seventh season with the Hawks, while Jeff Teague is in his fifth year with the organization.
Another “Blurred Lines” parody? Ugh, yes.
About the Code of Conduct at Atlanta Hawks games? Yeah.
Is there auto-tune? Appears so.
Lots of auto-tune? You bet.
Well, are there cheerleaders at least? Yup.
Are they naked? Nope.
Well, that’s pretty stupid…I agree.
Will this song ever die? Doesn’t look like it.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. --Al Horford had 27 points and 10 rebounds, Paul Millsap had 25 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks held off the Sacramento Kings for a 105-100 victory on Tuesday night.
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Pau Gasol beats Al Horford off the dribble and takes it to the rack to finish over the leaping Paul Millsap and Cartier Martin during the third quarter of the Lakers vs. Hawks matchup Sunday night. The Lakers went on to win 105-103.
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If I’ve learned anything over the years of watching the NBA, getting hit in the groin isn’t pleasant experience and last, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins took a pretty good shot to man region.
It happened against the Atlanta Hawks and guard Dennis Schroeder was trying to set some form of pick.
I’m not sure where the groin shot comes in but what I am to judge:
This time the Hawks responded before they trailed by more than 20 points.
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