The Brooklyn Nets celebrated Hanukkah with Jewish Heritage night when they played the Philadelphia 76ers last week, and planned to have T-shirts that said "Represent Brooklyn" in Hebrew. Unfortunately, the Nets made a mistake with the Hebrew spelling.
According to the New York Post, "Brooklyn" was misspelled in Hebrew, and the Nets had to fix the problem.
The team posted on Twitter about the mistake, apologizing for the misprint and reassuring fans that the correctly written T-shirt would be available for sale by game time.
We are sorry for the t-shirt mistake. It's been rectified. We are looking forward to a great game on Jewish Heritage Night.
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) December 10, 2015