Everyone in the league knows Blake Griffin is flopper and a fake tough guy/ [expletive]. He has been called out on it multiple times.
So because he's a flopper/fake tough guy, he can't stick up for his teammate when Ginobili re-injures what kept him out of training camp. Sounds legit
I think people take it a step further because it's the Clippers. But, people just don't like floppers. Not only is Blake a flopper, but he tries to act tough afterward too.
I bet Clipper fans feel the same way about floppers on other teams. And, that's ok. Fans of every team are more lenient on floppers on their on team.
Blake flopped a lot last year. Why does he get more attention as a "flopper" than the usual culprits? Because he has more spotlight on him. Don't act like your team doesn't have floppers, I like the Lakers too but Gasol does a manscream any time he throws the ball remotely close to the hoop and flops on defense and offense. Kobe flails on offense to get foul calls (which is genius but still a flop). There were no problems with flopping when Fish was on the Lakers, nor do the Spurs have any problems with Manu.
Heck, honestly? The team that flopped the most last year was the Heat. Lebron, Wade, Bosh, and a few others on that team were constantly flying everywhere and on the floor.
Clippers did flop a lot, but it was REGGIE EVANS (and a LOT), CP3 had his fair share, and so did Griffin. That's about it... With this new anti-flop policy, I'm sure Blake has been worried about his rep so he hasn't really been flopping much this year. Lol at David Lee telling Blake to not flop when he actually didn't flop in that game... And lol at Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol who called the Clippers out for flopping last year but were tornados and jet planes flying into the audience in that season opener.
I have no problem admitting about floppers, but most of that was last year. This year they've been pretty good at staying away from flopping (thank goodness).