Social media can be a dangerous platform, especially if you have a broken filter between your brain and your fingers.
It can also be a dangerous place if you allow the platforms to finish your sentences/tweets/hashtags for you, which Indiana Pacers general manager Kevin Pritchard learned on Monday morning.
Attempting to wish his team good luck against the Brooklyn Nets today (not sure they really need it), Pritchard sent out well wishes and attempted to tag the Nets’ Twitter account in the process. But instead of tagging them, Pritchard tagged model, Brooklyn Decker:
Realizing his gaff, Pritchard apologized for the chuckle worthy moment:
I’m sure it’s not the first time Brooklyn Decker has excited a man enough to fumble his words.
Thankfully, unlike a lot of recent social media comments *cough* Darnell Dockett *cough* it was just as honest and funny mistake where nobody ended up fired and/or offended.
H/T FOX Sports