Deandre Ayton has been a busy man the last few days.
He signed a multi-million dollar endorsement deal with Puma and is completing the pre-draft process in New York, which includes a countless number of interviews and public appearances. And Thursday, he will walk across the stage at the Barclays Center as the No. 1 overall pick, barring a major surprise.
So forgive Ayton for making a careless, but hilarious, error on Twitter.
The former Wildcat forgot to edit the text in a promotional tweet for Call of Duty Black Ops 4, leading him to post a tweet that read: “All he needs to tag is #BlackOps4 and #CallOfDutyPartner and the rest can be in his words.”
DeAndre Ayton really is about shamelessly securing the bag at all times and you have to respect it pic.twitter.com/4vsrx7Hrz2— Kyle Neubeck (@KyleNeubeck) June 20, 2018
Ayton eventually fixed the mistake, but not before it created quite the laugh on the internet.
Lucky for him, he isn’t the first one to make this mistake.
Former No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz did the exact same thing last year, when he tweeted, “Excited to head to (city) and join the (team name)” while promoting Tissot watches.