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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 at 9:15 pm  |  23 responses

Paul George Tells Mario Chalmers to ‘Stop Flopping’ (VIDEO)

Right after he drained a three-pointer.

You can flop against Paul George if you’d like, but don’t you dare expect to do so without the Pacers swingman letting you know that he wholeheartedly disapproves of such an action.

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  • tigerJK

    Awesome. Tell ‘em PG!

  • Cath0deRayTube

    He said “flopping a** n***** at the end lol

  • objectivity

    pg sure is one to talk lel

  • MUBWAR

    but George was locked down by lbj like he robbed a bank. 7points 7rebounds!!

  • turk

    That is funny as hell. Pacers will be around for a while I hope. They needed Granger badly in this series.

  • Stepfan Raiford

    They need a true PG

  • AndyK415

    I’m so sick of all the players who flop.

  • GMR

    Shouldn’t he be fined? Where’s Al Sharpton? If it’s wrong to say “no homo”, gotta be wrong to say “The N-word”. hahaha what a double-standard

  • LP @ThisisEther

    Exactly, Jason Kidd coulda have ran the point for them last night and it would have been a respectable, slowed down game….

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/savagemuzicgroup T-Ray

    Man we can go all day off of what you just said lol I think it’s more damaging saying gay slurs than saying the n-word these days the way the media portrays it. Not saying either are lesser in damage though.

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni D dot Sanchez

    they dont need him, granger should be moved.

  • Markus437

    Anyone else notice Chris Bosh say “f the pacers” three times after his 3 in the first quarter??

  • spit hot fiyah

    cropping grass trigger

  • Junkie

    he also didn’t say it in a press conference and laugh after

  • Feez_22

    jason kidd? the guy that didn’t score a single point in the knick pacer series? wow… ok then.

  • LakeShow

    Great PG’s don’t need to score to be effective…

  • LakeShow

    What part do you not understand about a team that is struggling to score and a former 26ppg scorer being added to a lineup being a good thing…

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni D dot Sanchez

    he was putting those numbers with a less developed talent then.

    What part do you not understand that worked then, wont always work now.

  • Feez_22

    He didn’t score and wasn’t effective in this year’s playoffs. like… he literally had one of the worst postseasons on record individually & the third worst postseason shooting percentage in nba history.

    If you watched kidd in the playoffs this year, you would know what i am saying. he was absolutely useless not only as a scorer but a pace maker and passer too. He literally was on 2010-2011 mike bibby level playoffs wise.

  • Feez_22

    a former 26ppg scorer who is in reality a 19-20ppg scorer on 41-42% ok… realize he was scoring 24-25ppg on crappy teams that didn’t do crap (didn’t even make the playoffs).

    In 2011-2012 he was 18.7ppg on 41.6%. this is more indicative. he has regressed every year since 08-09 as well. Move granger for a point guard who can run the offense (and no not a washed up has been like jason kidd was this postseason).

    Granger would just take shots away from hibbert/west like he did when he actually played (this is not a time to be taking shots away from an improving hibbert and effective west) and may take away from george. a point guard that is competent who can run the offense would be ideal bc this team is already a great defensive and rebounding team. just need a guy that will settle the offense, make shots and pass nicely into the paint. Jose calderon anyone? indy could mask his defensive inefficiencies and can get him for cheap. might not even need to move granger to get him…

  • LakeShow

    He hated playing for the Knicks is all I have to say.

  • danpowers

    he should watch his own teammates first and tell stephenson to man up b4 he goes at opponents

  • LP @ThisisEther

    With that team, he wouldn’t even have to score…but of course, I’m assuming Jason Kidd would play better than he did this playoffs…

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