MIAMI -- With players, coaches and fans continuing to complain about the widespread practice of flopping, NBA commissioner David Stern said the league needs to expand its anti-flopping rules.
"It isn't enough, it isn't enough," Stern said in his annual pre-NBA Finals news conference. "You're not going to cause somebody to stop it for $5,000 when the average player's salary is $5.5 million. And anyone who thought that was going to happen was allowing hope to prevail over reason."
"We could end it immediately if we decided to suspend players," Stern said. "But that might be a little Draconian at the moment."
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No guarantees, but at least there's some semblance of hope. We can only all hope something actually worthwhile takes place for a longly desperately needed change.
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