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Top five flops of the NBA season (1)

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On Tuesday night Miami Heat took on the Indiana Pacers in a thrilling game which saw Heat tie the series 1-1 with a 87-83 victory away at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The game was a heated contest as both sides are eager to make the NBA finals; Miami will want to complete a three-peat this season while the Pacers will want redemption from last years' results.

But during the game there were two controversial decisions, firstly the indication of a flop from LeBron James after going through to score a two pointer before being fouled by David West resulting in fans wondering if James made the most of it.

The second call was with Lance Stephenson, as the guard ran into James attempting to draw a foul and collapsing on the floor in a peculiar way of pretending to be unconscious.

There have been many attempts of tempting the officials into making a judgement call, but sometimes they are beyond humiliating.

So we ask the question, which has been the worst attempt of a flop this season?

Check our our top five here and see if you agree...

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Indiana Pacers
Dallas Mavericks
Charlotte Bobcats
LeBron James
New York Knicks
LA Clippers
NBA Playoffs
San Antonio Spurs
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Chicago Bulls
Miami Heat
Houston Rockets

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