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  • #16
    They didn't really name a whole lot of players who play on crappy teams...if Jose is still on the team in 2-3 years, I'm sure he'd make the list. But he probably won't because of the fines they'll be handing out.
    your pal,
    ebrian

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    • #17
      Jose is most definitely a "flopper". He embellishes contact to earn a call. This is exactly what the new rules are trying to prevent.

      Whether other players do it is irrelevant. Jose is a flopper.

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      • #18
        Had his career resumed as normal and we were a better team, Jorge Garbajosa would have made this list easily too.
        your pal,
        ebrian

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        • #19
          NoPropsneeded wrote: View Post
          he doesn't flop as much as you say. he does flop sometimes but everyone in the nba does
          HE NEVER FLOPS!

          Ok he flops sometimes BUT SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE

          Ok so he flops a lot, BUT HE'S A RAPTOR SO STOP TALKING ABOUT HIM YOU OBJECTIVE FAN!!

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          • #20
            Worst Flop of All Time

            LOL!

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            • #21
              This is pretty bad too:

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              • #22
                We can play this game all day



                Boozer tends to get victimized a lot, haha.

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                • #23
                  planetmars wrote: View Post
                  This is pretty bad too:

                  Funny thing about that one is that Booz did actually swing his elbow into Bosh's face; no question it was an offensive foul by the rulebook (Bosh was in a proper defensive stance, and he wasn't leaning his head into Booz's space). But the ref almost certainly doesn't call it if Bosh doesn't go down. You can practically see his thought process going, 'Did this motherfucker just elbow me in the face!? Wait, no whistle!!? Shit, better take a dive so I get the call.'

                  Battier touched on this in an interview shortly after they announced the new flopping rules; he said refs have told him that they're not going to call a charge if there isn't a body on the floor.

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                  • #24
                    tkfu wrote: View Post
                    Funny thing about that one is that Booz did actually swing his elbow into Bosh's face; no question it was an offensive foul by the rulebook (Bosh was in a proper defensive stance, and he wasn't leaning his head into Booz's space). But the ref almost certainly doesn't call it if Bosh doesn't go down. You can practically see his thought process going, 'Did this motherfucker just elbow me in the face!? Wait, no whistle!!? Shit, better take a dive so I get the call.'

                    Battier touched on this in an interview shortly after they announced the new flopping rules; he said refs have told him that they're not going to call a charge if there isn't a body on the floor.
                    It's not an offensive foul if there was no contact, and the video doesn't really show that contact was made.

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                    • #25
                      Letter N wrote: View Post
                      HE NEVER FLOPS!

                      Ok he flops sometimes BUT SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE

                      Ok so he flops a lot, BUT HE'S A RAPTOR SO STOP TALKING ABOUT HIM YOU OBJECTIVE FAN!!
                      lol

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                      • #26
                        Letter N wrote: View Post
                        HE NEVER FLOPS!

                        Ok he flops sometimes BUT SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE

                        Ok so he flops a lot, BUT HE'S A RAPTOR SO STOP TALKING ABOUT HIM YOU OBJECTIVE FAN!!
                        Speak for yourself

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                        • #27
                          Former Raptor Jarrett Jack has been one of the the first players to get a flopping warning, not surprised.

                          Golden State Warriors guard Jarrett Jack indicated that he was among the first NBA players to receive a warning from the league for flopping, tweeting Tuesday, "So I've been warned for flopping hahaha."
                          League sources indicate the punishments are on hold, however, until the opening of the regular season. Players won't be fined in the preseason, nor will warnings now count toward regular-season punishments. Instead, the league is using the preseason to make players like Jack and others aware, without penalty, of the kinds of plays that can be expected to draw warnings and fines once the regular season tips off Oct. 30.

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                          • #28
                            http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/pos...de-to-flopping still no Raps on the updated version of the flopmasters lol GO RAPS!

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                            • #29
                              wrong thread
                              @sweatpantsjer

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