Found October 28, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
PLAYERS: Karl Malone
TEAMS: Utah Jazz
On Sunday, the official Utah Jazz Twitter account retweeted a photo they deemed too controversial and "insensitive" moments later. This tweet and accompanying photo above was sent by a pair of fans who dressed up as legendary Jazz players John Stockton and Karl Malone for Halloween. Apparently, some of their followers didn't take too kindly to the tweet, so the Jazz quickly pulled it down and issued the following apology. We apologize for the last retweet/tweet moments ago, we have taken it down as it may be insensitive. — Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) October 27, 2013 What do you think? Is this photo insensitive or not? Via For the Win 

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