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The Nets are holding a Jewish Heritage Night, but made a spelling error in Hebrew.

By Extra Mustard
December 10, 2015

The Nets are celebrating Hanukkah by holding Jewish Heritage Night at the Barclays Center on Thursday night. They’ve got a whole bunch of Judaism-themed fun planned, including a halftime game between kids and Rabbis.

They’re also gonna be selling shirts that say “Represent Brooklyn” in Hebrew. There’s only one problem. The Hebrew is misspelled. 

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The Brooklyn Game spotted the error (before the team deleted the tweet), explaining that the Nets nailed the spelling of the first word (“מייצג ברוקלין” = “represent”) but the second word (“גציימ”) should actually read “מייצג.”

It’s just been that kind of season for the Nets.

- Dan Gartland

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