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Three flops from same player in one game this past Thursday. No surprise since he’s ranked in Top 15 players’ poll

We featured from Thursday’s Dallas-Portland game 3 “alleged” flops on our sister site RefCalls.com because sometimes the refs can get tired of the act. Checkout J.J. Barea try to work his magic.

We also include a clip of a loose ball foul against Tyson Chandler at the end of this video that fouled him out of the game. We’re not sure what the ref saw because we didn’t even see a flop from Portland’s Lamarcus Aldridge to try to sell it.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/JuanAntonioGonzalo Ben Billa

    Wow. You guys seem like Mavs fans. None of those Barrea flops were even remotely legit offensive fouls. If Barrea couldn’t get the refs to buy his flops, he’d have no chance guarding anyone in the NBA. It’s his entire defensive strategy. And LMA and Chandler were not “equally hooking arms.” Chandler’s arm was on top, holding LaMarcus’s down. When your arm is on top, you can still reach for the ball. I like the idea behind this site, but you guys are executing it horribly.

    • Tracy

      You have a screw loose. First you botch your post on RefCalls saying that site was a pro-Mavs site, not even recognizing alot of their videos are FOR the Blazers, then you don’t get that this site is making fun of floppers like Barea by featuring his flops, and you think it’s a site for Barea and the Mavs. Use your brain idiot, because currently you are using it “horribly.”