Clippers forward Glen Davis received a warning for violating the league’s anti-flopping rule in the Warriors' 106-98 win over LA on Sunday, and Golden State guard Leandro Barbosa might have had something to do with it.
Barbosa, who was called for an offensive foul when Davis reacted strongly to contact, tweeted out video of the play in question on Tuesday with the caption: "FLOP TIME!!"
FLOP TIME!! https://t.co/kbh4YOss3r— Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlurBarbosa) March 10, 2015
Davis' warning wasn't the only league policing to result from the game. Clippers swingman Dahntay Jones was fined $10,000 for intentionally bumping Draymond Green during his postgame interview.
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There is no penalty for the first warning against flopping. Fines are levied for subsequent violations.
Twenty five players have received flopping warnings this season, though only P.J. Hairston (Hornets) and C.J. Watson (Pacers) have received fines -- both of $5,000 -- for a second violation.