NBA News: Heat’s LeBron James Admits Flopping Has Advantages

LeBronJamesAfter his outlandish flop in the second round of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Chicago Bulls, Heat forward LeBron James admitted Tuesday that flopping has its advantages.

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Heat guard Dwayne Wade and other Heat players have been accused for over a year for flopping and after admitting that he doesn’t flop, it’s interesting James would admit something like that.

With Game 4 between the Indiana Pacers and the Heat set to tip-off this afternoon, it’ll be worth watching to see if James and the Heat continue their flopping ways.

The NBA has tried to crack down on flopping in the playoffs, as they’ve created a no-tolerance policy for players who flop. Unlike the regular season, if a player flops, he is automatically fined $5,000 without receiving a warning.

The Heat lead the series 2-1 and the winner of the Eastern Conference series will face the San Antonio Spurs, who will have over a week to prepare for their opponent.

For more on the story, head over to SportsCity.com.

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