Count Tyrone Corbin among the fans of the NBA's new anti-flopping policy, which will hit players with an increasingly large fine each time they are busted by the league office for flopping.
"There are some guys in the game now who's really good at it," Corbin said. "It's hard to play against guys because the referee don't see the first part and then they touch." Declined to give a roster of the NBA's most effective floppers, although former Jazz point guard Devin Harris likely lands on the list, as do Spurs guard Manu Ginobili and Cleveland center Anderson Vaejao.
Players will be fined $5,00 for their second violation, $10,000 for their third and $15,000 for a fourth. A fifth flop will cost a player $30,000. After that the league will consider suspensions.