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This Chris Paul flop against the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins has hit the airwaves Wednesday morning, causing a frenzy:
In what seems to be a ridiculous move by CP3 during the third quarter of Tuesday night’s loss to the Kings, it is actually somewhat justified. In these close-up frames (courtesy of Reddit), it can be seen that Cousins is actually stepping on the foot of Paul causing him to lose his balance, and an uncontrollable and what looks to be an overreacted flail ensues.
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An argument can be made with a straight face that Chris Paul is the best point guard in NBA. Likewise, an argument can also be made with a straight fact Chris Paul is the best flopper in the NBA. And his flop last night against the Kings drives that point home.The post Chris Paul: Professional flopper appeared first on No Guts, No Glory.
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul broke out an epic flop for the ages during his team’s game against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night in the epically named Sleep Train Arena. I mean CP3′s flop was as bad as what happened to Ishtar (look it up). And with much, much worse acting.
It could be argued that Paul’s abysmal display wasn’t technically a flop since he...
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been known to provide a quality flop in the midst of heated NBA games. Whether you look at it as deceiving or weak, the crafty little point guard has almost got it down to a science with his flops. Strategically doing them when the Clippers might need point or momentum needs to be changed.
Last night Lob City was in Sacramento...
Chris Paul should be ashamed of himself, and judging my my Twitter feed he won’t stop hearing about it for quite some time. This is truly a flop that soccer players would be proud of. Suspension forthcoming?
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The Clippers were taken out Tuesday night by the Kings. During the course of the game, Chris Paul had a horrible flop. Maybe he was trying to get himself and the team fired up or something. This was bad acting. CP3, you’re in Hollywood now, we need you to take acting lessons if that’s the route you’re trying to take. :giggle:
This is how bad that flop attempt was. It was...
The Big Leagues This flop was so bad it was spoooooky.
Remember when the NBA came out with stern language about flopping? (P)layers will face the possibility of stiff punishment for trying to trick the referees into a foul that wasn’t warranted. Commissioner David Stern issued an edict that he hopes will make flopping go the way of the four-corner offense and the short shorts.
The rule change hasn’t stopped league golden boy Chris...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chris Paul scored 19 points, Caron Butler added 14 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Philadelphia 76ers 101-72 on Wednesday, bouncing back on the second night of back-to-back games., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/clippers-hand-76ers-14th-road-loss-in-row-10172-yahoo-sports
So by my count approximately nine days elapsed since DeMarcus Cousins had his last incident. That improvement right?
According to Bleacher Report, the Sacramento Kings volatile power forward had an unpleasant encounter with Kings broadcaster Grant Napear, following an impressive victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night.
Apparently, Napear, has been known to criticize...
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Sac Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins can be rather, how should the HQ say this, "emotionally involved" with his on-court play. But when Kings play-by-play guy and Sacramento sports talk show host Grant Napear may have said some disparaging things on his show... Cousins remembered...
And finally got his opportunity the other night to respond...
The Los Angeles Clippers have enjoyed some great success this season, even more than their LA counterpart, the Lakers. While much credit can be given to the veteran leadership of Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups, the overall improvement of Blake Griffin, must be noted. While Griffin has been known for his highlight dunks and mean stare downs after putting a defender on the poster...
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is now taking his infamous volatility to the team's broadcasters. After Tuesday night's home victory over the Clippers, Cousins ran over to the announce table and appeared to say something to Kings play by play man Grant Napear, pounding his fist on the desk. (Via Sactown Royalty)
Cousins' issues with Napear apparently stems...
The Los Angeles Clippers have 15 contests remaining to hone their game before attempting a run through the expectedly rigorous Western Conference playoffs.
They're also aware even teams like the woeful Sacramento Kings will be looking to raise their level of play down the stretch.
Los Angeles seeks a sixth victory in seven road games Tuesday night by earning a sixth straight...