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Do not watch another second of the NBA Finals without first seeing this. I’m still laughing. Especially at the part near the end when a small kid flops during a game of driveway basketball, and the other kid shakes his head.
There Is A Special Layer Of NBA Infamy For Players Who Flop As Egregiously And Horribly As Tony Allen Did Last Night
U.S. basketball flopping technology is about two decades behind that of European soccer, but thanks to guys like Sam Young of the Indiana Pacers, we’re slowly catching up.
LeBron James, Prolific Flopper, Says He Doesn’t ‘Even Know How’ To Flop. Here Are Many Instances Of Him Flopping.
The Oscars are tonight so, naturally, it’s a great time to honor some of the great actors of the NBA. I don’t mean players who have crossed over to be in film (Sorry, Kevin Durant). I mean players who act on the court and flop their way to the top.
Thanks to new rules that fine NBA players after their second flopping offense, the art of faking fouls has certainly taken a hit down this season, but it is definitely not dead. Take, for instance, Chris Bosh.
King Dunlap is an enormous human being. ESPN lists him at 6-9, 330 lbs. During yesterday’s Giants-Eagles blowout, the game was already well in hand by the third quarter with New York leading 35-7. Emotions were running high, even for the officials. Well, one official, who went a step too far and may have flopped to, uh, draw a flag? Video, after the jump?
The NBA has issued its first ever flopping warnings, retroactively given to two players from their actions last Friday: J.J. Barea and Donald Sloan. Above is Sloan’s masterful performance, eerily similar to the one Natalie Portman gave in Black Swan. Watch both after the jump.