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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.
Lost in the hustle and bustle of news yesterday was a perplexing sequence in Game 6 of the Clippers-Grizzlies series. For reasons still unclear, a most benign celebration between teammates drew the ire of official Marc Davis, who hit Reggie Evans with a technical. See if you can tell what was so incendiary about this high-five, after the jump.
The web roundup for Thursday, April 19th, 2012. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to email@example.com. Our starting five, after the jump.
Truly, flops like these only come around once in a career. Indeed, this is the type of flop that a flopper will one day tell his grandkids about. Kudos, Reggie Evans: you’re in a pantheon that no one wants to be in.
What we have here is a completely innocuous clip of Toronto Raptors teammates Leandro Barbosa and Reggie Evans holding hands as they make their way to the locker room. Of course, it wasn’t treated that way by some.
Grant Hill and Reggie Evans (yes, that Reggie Evans) got in a little tiff during last night’s preseason Raptors – Suns game.