Dec 15, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Hawks cheerleader performs during the second half against the Golden State Warriors at Philips Arena. Warriors won 115-93. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta Hawks create 'Blurred Lines' code of conduct video

The Atlanta Hawks, as an organization, are known to be one of the more unique around the NBA. While some franchises conform to traditional standards, the Hawks are continually on the edge, trying to make things fun.

You may recall some of their recent Twitter postings, which include not wanting to exchange nude pictures with a social media ‘bot’ or the fact that they were thrilled to learn they would be hosting Games 1, 2, 5 and 7 of the upcoming NBA Finals after the league decided to alter the format.

Needless to say, they like a little humor in their life – case in point? This awesome parody video of Robin Thicke’s Summer smash, ‘Blurred Lines’, which the team created as a unique way to get views on their arena code of conduct. And frankly, it worked because how many times have you looked on the back of your ticket to read the arena rules and regulations?

Harry the Hawk and the Atlanta Hawks’ dance team lead you through the video along with the assistance of local DJ and voice of the team, Ryan Cameron. Well worth a watch.

H/T SBNation

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