Which All-Star NBA Baller Has This Massive And Misspelled Tattoo On His Back???

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Hooked On Phonics didn’t work for him…

These days most athletes have AT LEAST ONE tattoo. This superstar hooper has several, none of which are bigger or more impressive than the one he just had finished on his back. We would congratulate this young man on getting a nice looking Bible verse tattoo that doesn’t look like he got it while serving a 3-5 year bid for home invasion.

Only problem is, the tattoo artist misspelled a relatively easy word at the end of the scripture!

The verse from James 1:2-4 reads as follows:

Consider it a sheer gift, friends, when tests and challenges come at you from all sides. You know that under pressure, your faith-life is forced into the open and shows its true colors. So don’t try to get out of anything prematurely. Let it do its work so you become mature and well-developed, not deficient in any way.

If you look closely to the last sentence you’ll see the word “mature” has been misspelled “mautre”.

We get that tattoo artists sometimes spend long hours in the shop, often well into the early morning, but when you are putting a PERMANENT marking on someone it might be a good idea to make sure that all the words are spelled correctly. SMH

Hit the flip to find out which unfortunate baller has to live with this grammatical error on his person for life.

Images via Instagram

Here is a pic of the tattoo just before our mystery baller was inked incorrectly.

Any ideas who it might be yet???

Hit the next page to find out for sure.

Oklahoma City Thunder superstar forward Kevin Durant!

Looks like your tattoo guy is the one that needs to “look it up” homie.

You’re DEFINITELY gonna hear about this on the court while you’re trying to concentrate on those free throws LMFAO!

Image via Instagram/AP

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