Wizards continue run of jersey fouls with 'Baltche' blunderDan DevineFebruary 24, 2011, 2:03 PM GMTAndray Blatche(notes) gets a pretty heavy amount of guff on this site (and, frankly, in most other places that discuss basketball), and you can argue that a lot of it is warranted — after all, this is a man whose career highlight reel includes some downright terrible attempts at dunking, a desperate paean to Ricky Davis and the ill-advised poking of the sports-talk bear. It's not unfair to say that Andray Blatche doesn't always make sure he presents himself as a top-shelf professional.But that's no reason for the Washington Wizards to send him out on the court looking like a bush-leaguer, as he did when taking the floor with his name misspelled on the back of his jersey during Wednesday night's 117-94 drubbing at the hands of the Philadelphia 76ers.The "Baltche" boner is just the latest Wiz-related uniform malfunction, coming hot on the heels of the late January tandem of Mustafa Shakur's(notes) uber-spacious numerals and Kevin Seraphin's(notes) inverted atomic shorts. Not a great stretch for the Artists Formerly Known as the Bullets. Or, for that matter, for D.C. squads in general, as Paul Lukas noted at the wonderful Uni Watch:That makes three uni mishaps in 33 days — not bad. Well, at least they're playing really well on the cou … uh, never mind.Toss in Ladell Betts and the Natinals and it becomes clear that DC isn't just our nation's capital — it's also become the capital of uniform snafus. As if to reinforce that point, look what reappeared the other day on the Nats' web site.C'mon, Nation's Capital. Tighten up your sporting-garments game, will you? Ensuring that your teams look like winners on the field is the first step in the achievement of victory. Why do you think "Two and a Half Men" consistently does so well in the ratings? Obviously, it's because people respect Charlie Sheen's party shirts. And I think we'd all agree that Andray Blatche can absolutely become the "Two and a Half Men" of the NBA, if only he'd get some help from his wardrobe team.Story ContinuesInternational readers ("Int'l read'rs"): If this clip above isn't rocking for you, please feel free to Baltche it up courtesy of the National Basketball Association. Headline inspiration courtesy of Y! brother blog Puck Daddy.