Atlanta Hawks Parody ‘Blurred Lines’ in Strange Ode to Stadium Safety (Video)

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November 4, 2013

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.

With team DJ Ryan Cameron behind the mic, the Hawks tweaked the lyrics to the overwhelmingly popular Robin Thicke tune to talk about such exciting subjects as not throwing objects onto the courts and avoiding obscene gestures.

We give the team credit for trying to add a little creativity to its public service announcements, but an aggressive amount of Autotune and Cameron’s attempt to rhyme “behavior” with “arrested” make this jingle a little hard on the ears.

Check it out below, with a head nod to SB Nation.

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