Before every NBA game, a public service announcement plays in the arena reminding fans not to throw items onto the court or swear, among other things. Instead of being boring, the Hawks incorporated “Blurred Lines,” announcer Ryan Cameron, mascot Harry the Hawk and the Atlanta Hawks cheerleaders into a video that is quickly going viral.
Atlanta Hawks ‘Blurred Lines’ video is just as awful as you’d think [VIDEO] http://t.co/OhGKarzYDk— Washington's Ghost (@SpiritOfGeorge) November 5, 2013
According to the Hawks' website:
“Every NBA team is required to run a “Code of Conduct” message in the arena before the game and at halftime that runs through the things fans cannot do while in attendance. It is, by all means, a simple message. But not for us. We decided to take it one step further by making a spin-off of Robin Thicke’s widely-popular music video ... We could say more, but it’s probably better if you just watch it yourself.”
The video is below.
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