Vujacic's Spectaular Flop Leads To A Spectacular Kobe Dunk

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Who says the Spurs are the kings of flop? I submit to you one Sasha Vujacic of the Los Angeles Lakers. Late in the third quarter the Lakers were trying to stave off the Spurs comeback but turned the ball over starting a San Antonio fast break. Watch closely as Vujacic's amazing flop throws a wrench in the Spurs' break....



Okay maybe the dunk (and the cherry picking) weren't THAT spectacular but that flop sure was. Brent Barry was so stunned that he couldn't knock down an open three and then Kobe threw it down on the other end. Amazing. Everything is going the Lakers way tonight, and that was a flop that even the Master, Greg Paulus would have loved!

Just another move to add to his fabulous training tapes.

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 11:34 PM

5 Comments:

kobe didn't throw it down his slammed it down with absoulutley no respect!!!!!!!!! you dont see the spurs doing that now dont you and if im wrong correct me!!!!! kobe is worthless and so is all the other lakers. crawford is 100% for the lakers it's not very hard to notice. it's like the the SPURS are playing against 6 men and thats some crap. GO SPURS GO!!!!!!

Anonymous said...
May 28, 2008, 12:14:00 AM  

vlade divac is smiling somewhere.

ryan said...
May 28, 2008, 1:24:00 AM  

looks to me like he just got his feet crossed and fell down. he was probably THINKING flop and when there wasnt any contact his momentum carried him down anyway.

spurs in 7 said...
May 28, 2008, 5:22:00 AM  

Yeah. I think that Parker crossed him up and he fell over. No less embarassing for him though.

Anonymous said...
May 28, 2008, 8:52:00 AM  

Parker broke Sasha's ankles and he fell down, simple as that. How his falling had any effect on the 6+ other things that happened in the sequence (offensive rebound, kick out, miss shot, defensive rebound, pass to kobe , dunk,) I have no idea. Regardless, the Spurs are finished (thank God) and ignorant, whiny spurs fans can go back to eating tacos and being hypocrites complaining about not getting calls (after getting them an entire game and for about 10 years now at home) and other teams' flopping antics after the Spurs are the ones that proved it works and will never be called. I don't know if it's karma, but it's a beautiful thing whatever it is.

Chris S. said...
May 28, 2008, 11:15:00 AM  

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