With flopping dominating the conversation in the Eastern Conference finals, the focus is on how to get it stopped and the attention back on basketball. Miami's Shane Battier thinks fines are the best method.
NBA officials are taking a look at several controversial calls in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals as they sift through the fallout from the Pacers' 99-92 victory on Tuesday night.
The Pacers tie the Eastern Conference finals 2-2 after a thrilling win vs. the Heat on Tuesday night behind strong performances from Roy Hibbert and Lance Stephenson.
Each night, Eye on Basketball brings you what you need to know about the games of the NBA. From great performances to terrible clock management, the report card evaluates and eviscerates the good, the bad and the ugly from the night that was.
Miami's Dwyane Wade says his elbow to Indiana's Lance Stephenson on Friday night wasn't intentional, and Pacers coach Frank Vogel said he's glad he wasn't suspended.
The grades for San Antonio's Game 3 overtime victory at Memphis on Saturday night in the Western Conference finals.
Grading the performances of the Heat and Pacers in Friday night's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The league announced Friday that Memphis' Tony Allen has been fined $5,000 for violating the anti-flopping policy. There are no warnings in the postseason, with the first offense being a $5,000 fine.
D-League coach Eduardo Najera of the Texas Legends has been suspended for receiving his 13th technical of the season.
The NBA announced Thursday that officials missed a foul on Kobe Bryant at the end of the Timberwolves-Lakers game on Wednesday night that resulted in a 120-117 win for Los Angeles.

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