Meet LeBron James’ Flopping Coach (Video)

Feb 17, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) nearlyl falls down while dribbling against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first quarter at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA’s flopping epidemic continues to get fans fired up game in and game out. It seems like during every game this postseason we have had people going to Twitter to cry about what they feel was an acting job and the NBA has handed out their fair share of fines.

Now, thanks to a hilarious video that has surfaced on YouTube, we can put a face to the man responsible for the increased flops. This is a video that’s good for some Monday afternoon laughs.

Meet LeBron’s flopping coach:

The video was produced for “The Rizzo Show” on Cleveland’s Own Fox 8. The character of Frank Calhoun takes credit for teaching the fine art of flopping to the likes of LeBron, Paul Pierce and Manu Ginobili. He gives us the touching story about how coaching flopping really can affect your life and make a huge impact on a person.

While many people are angered over the flopping, let’s hope that this can give them a break from the complaining and perhaps bring a little entertainment to their days.

So next time you see a flop, be sure to say, “Damn you, Frank Calhoun!”

Topics: Lebron James, Miami Heat

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