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Atlanta Hawks Fans Are Not The Most Welcoming [The Daily Screencap]

Unlike many of my esteemed Deadspin colleagues, I am not blessed to live the Big Apple, a city of vogue fashion and style. The only reason I recognize the Chanel logo on this Hawks fan's bizarre t-shirt is because my grandmother has worn Chanel No. 5 for 60 years and we buy it for her every Christmas. But what exactly drives a man to wear this shirt in public—let alone in the pricey seats at an NBA playoff game? These are questions we should probably not ask.
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