Monday, August 4, 2008

JJ Redick Does Not Consider Flopping Prevalent, But Is Highly Interested In Brangelina

JJ Redick's blog is pretty much gold. Yeah, it's not Channing Frye's or Greg Oden's, but the fact that it's usually so boring and mundane, and then filled with little nuggets makes the expedition into his brain that much more fun.

This week's update?

Well, here's him on flopping.

"Look, in my opinion, flopping is part of the game and should not be penalized in any way, shape, or form. Determining if someone “flopped” is a subjective process so how can you fine a player because someone thinks they “flopped”? It doesn’t make sense to me. Not only that, but I don’t think flopping is prevalent. It happens here and there but it shouldn’t be a concern."

Really, JJ? Really? Because to us, it's a virus. A big honking virus that plagues our fair sport like the black plague besieged your ancestors. And the next first time you try driving on Manu and he slip and slides into the cameras for your fourth foul, whenever you find a new team? Maybe then you'll feel differently.

Oh, and it turns out he's a big US Weekly reader. Paroxi-wife will be so enthused, even though he's from Duke.

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