This is pretty bad too:
We can play this game all day
Boozer tends to get victimized a lot, haha.
"I won't shoot 5 for 19 again...." - DeFrozen (in theaters now)
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.
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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