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The Rockets beat the Heat last night 106-103, partially because they were able to hold LeBron James well under his previous game-high of 61 points. Unfortunately, the Heat lost more than just the game — it appears that their (sometimes, when he’s not injured) starting shooting guard Dwyane “Three” Wade was killed last night by James Harden.
SportsNation unveiled a gem today: An infomercial for John Cena’s flopping instructional video. The best part, however, is how targeted it is at LeBron. Sorry, but you gotta take the good with the bad if you’re gonna flop…
There’s a reason people hate soccer in this country. It’s the same reason people don’t like math: They find it too nuanced and they’re stupid. But flopping is a good reason to hate soccer, too. Watch what we’ll call the worst flop of all-time vis-a-vis Key & Peele’s eerily similar sketch, after the jump…
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.