Found June 14, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
SAN ANTONIO -- Chris Bosh is now 5,000 poorer. But at least what he did worked.The Miami Heat center was fined that amount from the NBA for a flop in the second quarter of Thursdays 109-93 win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.Bosh went flying with 6:07 left in the quarter when Spurs forward Tim Duncan nudged him. Duncan was called for an offensive foul, and it wiped out a layup by San Antonio guard Gary Neal.Bosh became the second Heat player fined during these playoffs for flopping. LeBron James was docked 5,000 for a Game 4 flop against Indiana in the Eastern Conference finals.
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