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Fans are crushing LeBron because he tried to pull off the biggest fake flop ever
in game three of the Eastern Conference Finals during the 2016 NBA Playoffs at Air Canada Centre on May 21, 2016 in Toronto, Canada.

Oh LeBron. Entering game three of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers looked invincible against the Toronto Raptors. Not only did the Cavs show they’re anything but invincible, LeBron James showed the worst side of their vulnerability: a penchant for flopping.

James got caught in between the tussle between teammate Tristan Thompson and Raptors forward DeMarre Carroll and as Thompson went to leave the foray, his left arm swung backward and connected with none other than James.

James, all 270 pounds of him, went flying backward from his teammates errant arm, prompting the refs to call the Raptors for a foul. I don’t think there was a single person watching the game who didn’t think “this must be what Carroll meant the other day when he said they don’t act.”

Bron has some ‘splainin to do after the world’s worst flop on national TV.

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[h/t Fox Sports]

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