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Jeff Van Gundy won’t stop complaining about flopping during Game 4 of the NBA Finals

The Heat and Lakers are locked in a tightly-contested affair during Game 4 of the NBA Finals — a game which could even the series and raise serious questions about LeBron James and Anthony Davis’ 2020 run. Rather than focusing on the obvious, ESPN analyst and former NBA head coach Jeff Van Gundy has continued his campaign against flopping.

It’s election szn, but Van Gundy is preparing for Wednesday night’s debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence a little too literally. As far as we know, Van Gundy hasn’t been invited and will not be announcing the event at ABC’s request. Because of this, he’s made aiding the elimination of flopping his sole purpose on this Earth.

Van Gundy is obsessed with flopping

The former Knicks and Rockets coach wouldn’t have accepted such a style of play during his era. And to be fair, any player flopping for the 90’s Knicks would’ve had to face Charles Oakley (alone) after practice. Good luck with that.

Twitter took notice of Van Gundy’s preference very quickly, and made it a point to note his rather giddy exuberance for the act.

Yes, it’s flopping o’clock for Van Gundy. The alarm is set, and regardless of how much time is left in Game 4, he will be focusing solely on flopping.

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