The Brooklyn Nets are playing host to the Toronto Raptors in a pivotal game 4 on Sunday night. Should the Nets win, having already on both game 1 and game 3, they would take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to Toronto for game 5 and give themselves a chance to either close out the game at the Air Canada Center in Toronto or end things in game 6 on their home court of the Barclays Center.
After going down by 15 early in the game, the Nets have turned things around behind Paul Pierce and even seized the lead at one point in the third quarter.
With this game being so important, both teams are pulling out all of the stops and that includes flopping.
One one particular first half play, Joe Johnson got the ball down low to Andray Blatche, who was covered by Amir Johson. As soon as Blatche got the ball, Johnson flew down like he was shot.