Atlanta Hawks Just Released All Their Schedules Via Emoji: Can You Name All? [Viral]

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It looks like the Atlanta Hawks has the most creative way of announcing their schedules. Just when the NBA released its schedules for the 2016-2017 Season on Thursday night, this team took a fun route on Twitter by using only emojis. But it looks like naming them all is more difficult than it seems. See if you can name some.

While some teams declared their schedules by posting graphics, downloads, pictures and links, the Atlanta Hawks chose to stay away from the usual. We have seen some obvious emoji meanings. These include a Canadian flag which represents the Toronto Raptors and a crown that refers to the Sacramento Kings.

However, some emojis used bring confusion. There was this crystal ball emoji that we initially thought as a representation of the Orlando Magic. But it doesn?t. Surprisingly, it is pointing to the Washington Wizards. Check out the tweet that owned social media:

So have you figured it out yet? We basically did a little research and found the following schedule accurate:

Hawks? 2016-17 Regular-Season Schedule

Thursday, Oct. 27 vs. Washington

Saturday, Oct. 29 at Philadelphia

Monday, Oct. 31 vs. Sacramento

Wednesday, Nov. 2 vs. L.A. Lakers

Friday, Nov. 4 at Washington

Saturday, Nov. 5 vs. Houston

Tuesday, Nov. 8 at Cleveland

Wednesday, Nov. 9 vs. Chicago

Saturday, Nov. 12 vs. Philadelphia

Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Miami

Wednesday, Nov. 16 vs. Milwaukee

Friday, Nov. 18 at Charlotte

Sunday, Nov. 20 at New York

Tuesday, Nov. 22 vs. New Orleans

Wednesday, Nov. 23 at Indiana

Friday, Nov. 25 at Utah, 8 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 27 at L.A. Lakers

Monday, Nov. 28 at Golden State

Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Phoenix

Friday, Dec. 2 vs. Detroit

Saturday, Dec. 3 at Toronto

Monday, Dec. 5 vs. Oklahoma City

Wednesday, Dec. 7 vs. Miami

Friday, Dec. 9 at Milwaukee

Tuesday, Dec. 13 vs. Orlando

Friday, Dec. 16 at Toronto

Saturday, Dec. 17 vs. Charlotte

Monday, Dec. 19 at Oklahoma City

Wednesday, Dec. 21 vs. Minnesota

Friday, Dec. 23 at Denver

Monday, Dec. 26 at Minnesota

Wednesday, Dec. 28 vs. New York

Friday, Dec. 30 vs. Detroit

Sunday, Jan. 1 vs. San Antonio

Wednesday, Jan. 4 at Orlando

Thursday, Jan. 5 at New Orleans

Saturday, Jan. 7 at Dallas

Tuesday, Jan. 10 at Brooklyn

Friday, Jan. 13 vs. Boston

Sunday, Jan. 15 vs. Milwaukee

Monday, Jan. 16 at New York

Wednesday, Jan. 18 at Detroit

Friday, Jan. 20 vs. Chicago

Saturday, Jan. 21 vs. Philadelphia

Monday, Jan. 23 vs. L.A. Clippers

Wednesday, Jan. 25 at Chicago

Friday, Jan. 27 vs. Washington

Sunday, Jan. 29 vs. New York

Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Miami

Thursday, Feb. 2 at Houston

Saturday, Feb. 4 vs. Orlando

Monday, Feb. 6 vs. Utah

Wednesday, Feb. 8 vs. Denver

Friday, Feb. 10 at Sacramento

Monday, Feb. 13 at Portland

Wednesday, Feb. 15 at L.A. Clippers

Friday, Feb. 24 vs. Miami

Saturday, Feb. 25 at Orlando

Monday, Feb. 27 at Boston

Wednesday, March 1 vs. Dallas

Friday, March 3 vs. Cleveland

Sunday, March 5 vs. Indiana

Monday, March 6 vs. Golden State

Wednesday, March 8 vs. Brooklyn

Friday, March 10 vs. Toronto

Saturday, March 11 at Memphis

Monday, March 13 at San Antonio

Thursday, March 16 vs. Memphis

Saturday, March 18 vs. Portland

Monday, March 20 at Charlotte

Wednesday, March 22 at Washington

Friday, March 24 at Milwaukee

Sunday, March 26 vs. Brooklyn

Tuesday, March 28 vs. Phoenix

Wednesday, March 29 at Philadelphia

Saturday, April 1 at Chicago

Sunday, April 2 at Brooklyn

Thursday, April 6 vs. Boston

Friday, April 7 at Cleveland

Sunday, April 9 vs. Cleveland

Tuesday, April 11 vs. Charlotte

Wednesday, April 12 at Indiana

The Atlanta Hawks is set to start their potential journey to their 10th consecutive playoff appearance. The team made it past the Eastern Conference Semifinals only once in a stretch.

Amid the 2016 Rio Olympics, it was confirmed that the 2016-17 NBA season will officially begin on October 25. Fans could surely expect the defending champions Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors to have a rematch, plus a lot more!

As for the Atlanta Hawks, if they will be doing well in putting together another solid regular season, they could most likely use emojis again on their next announcements. Who knows? It could be their lucky charm this time.

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