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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Articles tagged: flop video

The prevalence of flopping in sports needs to stop

It’s a word that has long and deeply-rooted negative connotations in sports and society writ large. To even mention the word during the Middle Ages was grounds for a jousting duel. Flopping in the Old West was commonly seen during the counting off of paces. Meanwhile, horrific acting meant to bring about a desired result…Read More

Clippers’ Reggie Evans has one of the flops of the year (Video)

During the fourth quarter of the Clippers win over the Hornets Sunday night, New Orleans guard Greivis Vasquez was briefly assessed a Flagrant II foul. The reason the foul was brief was that upon reviewing a replay, officials realized that Clippers forward Reggie Evans had put together a candidate for flop of the year. As…Read More

LeBron James Flops Perfectly Against Derrick Rose (Video)

First and foremost, I would like to congratulate LB on his pre-playoff NBA Champion knocking mine out of contention on Thursday night.  Although I love Dirk and am rooting hard for the Mavericks (along with everyone else), I think the Heat are going to take it.  Normally a guy like Dirk will wear out an…Read More

Chris Bosh Flop Video Would Make a Soccer Player Jealous

I’ve seen some pretty blatant flops in my day, but I’m not sure there was a flop that involved less contact than this one. Check out this Chris Bosh flop against the Bulls on Thursday night and tell me you don’t lose respect for the man (if you already had some). Here’s the video: Kyle…Read More

Which Was Worse: Kyle Singler Flop, or Dick Vitale Coverup?

Duke suffered its first loss of the season Wednesday night, a 66-61 defeat at Florida State. The Noles held Duke to 31% shooting, though Kyle Singler led the Blue Devils with 20 points thanks to five threes. The game was close with about nine minutes left when Singler flopped, as is the Duke way. This…Read More

Hilarious Flop Leads to Kaka’s Red Card

Brazil beat Ivory Coast 3-1 Sunday guaranteeing themselves a spot in the Knockout Stage. They were up 3-0 thanks to two goals by Luis Fabiano, one that could have involved the use of his hands, and the other set up by Kaka. Kaka was sent off in the 87th minute after getting his second yellow…Read More

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