New York Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni proved himself to be a master flopper while drawing fouls against the Boston Celtics in two separate instances during Friday night's Game 6 of their NBA Eastern Conference playoff series.
In the second quarter, Prigioni was able to draw some light contact on Jason Terry, but fell backwards as if Terry had ran him over.
In the third quarter, Prigioni used the same move to draw a foul on Avery Bradley, then snapped his head back even though he was hit on the arm.
Prigioni scored 14 points in the Knicks' 88-80 win over the Celtics, helping them advance to the next round of the playoffs. However, Prigioni may want to lighten up on the flopping, as he can only get away with that move so many times before being called out on it.
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