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Flopping is something that has been curtailed this NBA season and in the playoffs, but what about double flopping? Really, who cares? How often do we witness such theatrical greatness as a perfectly orchestrated double flop in a playoff game, no less? No worries, Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin helped us all out during Game [...]The post Derek Fisher, Kevin Martin’s Double Flop (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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Oklahoma City Thunder guards Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin should be ashamed today after teaming up for a synchronized flop during Wednesday night's Game 5 of their NBA Western Conference first round playoff series against the Houston Rockets.
That's a gold medal winning performance right there.
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Derek Fisher as a player is known for his ability to knock down big shots, maneuver out of contracts, and flopping.
And it would appear that he has taken his Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kevin Martin under his wing, because they pulled off a very rare and well synchronized double flop during Game 5 of their first round playoff match up against the Houston Rockets last night.
Tweet The NBA recently instituted rules to deter players from flopping to get an official’s call to go their way, but apparently a couple members of the Oklahoma City Thunder didn’t get the memo. Watch this video of Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin pulling of a rare double flop while trying to draw a charge [...]
We saw a rare thing during Thursday night’s Game 5 between the Thunder and Rockets. As Houston center Omer Asik drove to the basket, both Kevin Martin and Derek Fisher attempted to take the charge at the exact same time – a double charge. They were successful as the officials ruled it an offensive foul on Asik.
It’s pretty rare to see a double flop in an NBA game but it occurred last night during the Oklahoma City Thunder/Houston Rockets game five.
In the second quarter of play, Houston Rockets center Omer Asik attempted to pass out of the paint to an open teammate.
Sadly for Mr. Asik, he was called for a offensive foul when he ran right into Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin (who more than...
You have heard of syncronized diving and syncronized swimming, but have you ever heard of syncronized flopping? Well, if you were watching Game 5 of the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Houston Rockets, you saw Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin nail a perfectly timed double. If you missed it, enjoy: Now if they could only give more support to Kevin Durant. H/T The Basketball Jones
Despite the NBA’s best efforts to put the kibosh on the troublesome scourge that flopping has become in its league, during the regular season as well as in the playoffs, practitioners of the dark art continue to come up with new and inventive ways to commit the heinous act.
During Wednesday night’s Game 5 showdown between the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake...
The only thing more shameful than Scott Brooks’ desperate Hack-Asik strategy during Houston’s 107-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday was this tandem flop by defensive black holes Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin.
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