Welcome to this week in Screengrab Snafus!  ESPN had a little trouble with the graphic above during a telecast this week… unless they’re sending some sort of secret message that giant logos are slowly taking over the world. (via aREEanneuh)

Josh sent us this screengrab of TNT having a little trouble spelling “Celtics” on a recent broadcast, adding an extra “I” to the team nickname.  Of course, we all know that’s not the correct way to spell Celtics this year.  You need to add extra “L”s instead of “I”s…


Via cjzero comes this snafu of a Predators-Wild game and an upside down advertisement attacking the players on the ice.


And finally comes this amazing snafu from Tim Burke from ESPNU.  Evidently, nobody at the network knows the difference between “parity” which means competitive balance, and “parody” which is a comedic imitation.  This is a parody of a screengrab that was supposed to be talking about parity… 

That was your week in Screengrab Snafus, next time be careful out there!

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