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NBA, Smack / May 7, 2014 / 2:00 pm

Newspaper Typo In Headline Reports: “Heat Cut Nuts”

LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, Heat, Nets

LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, Heat, Nets ( Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

The Heat thoroughly dominated the *Nets* in their Game 1 matchup, rolling to a 107-86 win Tuesday night. Miami could have come out flat after eight days off following a sweep in the first round, but they were a lot more energetic than a Nets team fresh off a Game 7 win in Toronto. Still, one Indiana newspaper’s headline was a “low blow.”

Indiana’s Evansville Courier & Press newspaper published a not-so-discrete typo in their headline about the game:

Evansville Courier & Press typo

Evansville Courier & Press typo (photo. BeyondtheBuzzer.com)

Miami won, but they didn’t exactly castrate Brooklyn. Somewhere, Masai Ujiri is giggling to himself. We wrote so many inadvertent puns before editing this down…and we apologize for anyone offended by the relatively sophomoric humor, but this unintentional headline is freakin’ gold.

The Metro editor wasn’t as amused:

(via Beyond the Buzzer)

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  • DebraLShotwell

    The Heat thoroughly dominated the *Nets* in their Game 1 matchup, rolling to a 107-86 win Tuesday night. Miami could have come out flat after eight days off following a sweep in the first round, but they were a lot more energetic than a Nets team fresh off a Game 7 win in Toronto. Still, one Indiana newspaper’s headline was a “low blow.” http://num.to/3990-4620-3723