By Rafael Canton, Complex Sports
Jrue Holiday is averaging career highs in points and assists. Yesterday, he had an incredible 33 point, 13 assist performance, so it would make sense that the Philadelphia 76ers would want to start promoting Holiday's jersey with no Andrew Bynum around. Unfortunately, someone spelled the name the way it sounds and we ended up with an ad that's a #fail on all levels.
Drew Jrue going to make an All-Star team if his own team can't spell his own name right? Can't wait to see the star Drew Holiday in the Mid-Season NBA classic!
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Eugenio Velez - San Francisco Giants
San Francisco is misspelled on the front of Eugenio Velez's jersey in a game against Houston on April 7, 2010.
Aaron Harang - Cincinnati Reds
Aaron Harang was missing an important vowel in "CINCINNATI" across his chest on April 12, 2005.
Wayne Gretzky - New York Rangers
"The Great One" had <a href="http://www.thestar.com/sports/hockey/nhl/gretzky/article/928086--50-things-you-didn-t-know-about-wayne-gretzky" target="_hplink">a few letters switched around in his name</a>, which he donned during a loss to the Islanders on Oct. 30, 1997.
Adam Riggs - Anaheim Angels
Adam Riggs didn't even notice this glaring mistake during a game against the Tigers on Aug. 16, 2003.
Rob Niedermayer - Buffalo Sabres
Rob Niedermayer unknowingly <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/21/rob-niedermayer-jersey-fail_n_812143.html" target="_hplink">played three games with the Buffalo Sabres before being told</a> of the mistake on his nameplate in January 2011.
Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
After being named to the 2011 MLB All-Star Game, MLB's online store made this little gaffe on their front page ad for game-themed merchandise.
Andray Blatche - Washington Wizards
Washington Wizards' Andray Blatche played with the name "BALTCHE" across his back in a game against the Philadelphia 76ers .
John Wall - Kentucky Wildcats
In Feb. 2010, Kentucky coach John Calipari tweeted out a behind-the-scenes look at a team photo shoot unaware of the "KENTCUKY" mishap. Apparently, so was John Wall.
Justin Duchscherer - Baltimore Orioles
The Orioles forgot a "C" when Justin Duchscherer joined them for Spring Training. Honestly, can you blame them for this one though?
Richard Hamilton - Detroit Pistons
In March 2008, Hamilton received an extra letter on his back.
Joe Carter - Toronto Blue Jays
On July 14, 1994 Carter wore this mix-up for several innings during a game against Texas.
Ryan Zimmerman - Washington Nationals
Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman and Adam Dunn both wore jerseys spelled "Natinals" on April 17, 2009 against the Florida Marlins in Washington.