Dwyane Wade is a pathetic basketball flopper

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Flopping and the NBA have become synonymous with each other in recent seasons, and this basketball campaign has provided us with some real beauties to note.

Is flopping an epidemic in the NBA that needs to be eradicated?

Maybe, but it seems this disease is showing no signs of slowing down, and it's now taking over even the most talented and professional of athletes.

On Tuesday we were treated to something spectacular indeed. This just so happened to be Dwyane Wade's attempt at pretending to be dead on court.

What did you say? That wasn't what Wade was trying to do? No, he was playing basketball?

Well it certainly didn't look like it.

This was Wade's simple yet extraordinary attempt to get a foul we are led to believe after the bearded Houston Rockets James Harden brushed past him.

Who knows, maybe Wade just really dislikes beards or something.

All we know is that if you touch Wade's face he puts his head back and then falls to the floor in a completely pathetic fashion.

Pathetic may sound like a harsh word to use in this situation. However, when you watch the reply via this link, the GIF shows just how vulnerable and sad Wade looks.

This can certainly be deemed as pathetic enough for you want to go down and comfort the poor Miami Heat player.

Hopefully Wade is ashamed of himself when he looks back on this GIF.

However, he won the foul, so who cares right?


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