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Next generation of NBA players will have perfected flopping

If you haven't seen a pro basketball game in a few years, this may all be new to you. But pretending to fall down is now about 80-90 percent of the game. Just check out LeBron.

Next generation of NBA players will have perfected flopping

If you haven't seen a pro basketball game in a few years, this may all be new to you. But pretending to fall down is now about 80-90 percent of the game. Just check out LeBron.

It only makes sense that kids, as absorbant as they are, have picked up on this honorable and highly dignified technique. Next thing you know, this kid will be hurling himself to the floor of a professional arena. 

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