The NBA has changed a lot of shirts this season.
The first big change was a change to the back of the shirts in 2017.
They’re now printed with a simple slogan and a number to indicate they’re for sale.
And the shirts that used to be black are now red and white.
The jersey slogan on the right now is #HawksNation.
That’s from a new team shirt and comes in at a whopping $150.
But if you don’t know who the Hawks are, here’s a quick primer.
The Hawks are an NBA franchise with an annual salary of $150 million.
This season, the team is in the second round of the playoffs.
It’s not the first team to have its logo on a jersey, either.
In 2013, the Atlanta Hawks wore a jersey featuring a red arrow on the front that was a nod to the Hawks’ name.
The arrow symbolized the Hawks, and the team was named for a famous Native American legend, Al Capone.
The Atlanta Hawks also have a team crest in black.
And while they don’t have the same jersey slogan as the Hawks themselves, they did have a new jersey slogan in 2018.
That slogan was “We Are Hawks.”
The Hawks have a nickname in the team’s name that means “the light in the sky.”
This is a reference to the color red, the color of the night sky.
But the name has always been black.
This year’s slogan is “The Hawks are #TeamGreen.”
The color was changed to green for the new logo.
You can see that here.
The new slogan is #SneakPeek.
This is the hashtag that was trending on Twitter on Monday night.
People are saying “We are #SNEAKPEEN!”
This is not the team name, but the phrase “Sneaking peek” has been trending on the Internet since Tuesday.
This tweet was retweeted more than 2,000 times.
The phrase is a play on the words “sneak peek” and “shifty.”
The tweet is also an ironic nod to another team in the league: the Atlanta Thunder, who wore an orange logo on their jerseys last season.
You know what I’m talking about.
The team is known for a certain logo on the back, though.
That logo is called “Skewers” and is a nod back to a famous sports figure.
It was the logo used by the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 1960s, and it was used by several other teams during the NBA’s heyday.