The day that custom jerseys became a thing in the NBA was both a good and bad day in history. Some people go the simple route and have their last name on the back of the jersey, but some people take it too far. It's an opportunity for some fans to show off their ingenious and creative side. Unfortunately, a lack of execution and foresight leads that to go in an the wrong direction. Some fans awkwardly place the wrong name of a player to make a point and some also desperately request a player or coach to join a team. Here is a Gallery of the Worst NBA Custom Jersey Fails.
Gallery: The Worst NBA Custom Jersey Fails
Patched, stitched, and taped, but still not a good look.
Image via Complex Original
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