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By way of the Sports Kings comes either the greatest misprint of all time, or the one NBA game of the season you can’t afford to miss.So many questions. Do they play on a court, or on ice? It says Disney is still “on ice.” Furthermore, if Ariel from The Little Mermaid has no legs, does that make her better or worse at scoring points than Earl Watson? Does the winner go on to play the Tune Squad? And the biggest question of all … who’s buying tickets to Utah Jazz games?Unfortunate misprints are one of my favorite things. I was a pallbearer once, and they misspelled my last name as “Shroud.” At least nobody had to pay forty bucks for the wake program.The post Al Jefferson Posterizes Goofy appeared first on With Leather.
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Ticket misprints are something that do happen from time to time in the realm of the National Basketball Association and the fine folks over at the Utah Jazz had a classic misprint.Check out the below ticket from Energy Solutions Arena which shows the Jazz facing off against the cast of "Disney On Ice":Apparently, the blunder occurred since there was a ticket plan that allowed...
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By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Pre-Game News and Notes
Knicks vs. Jazz: ESPN, MSG 10:30PM
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