Rookie P.J Hairston with a flop of the year nominee against Tony Parker
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Tony Parker is 6’2 with high heels and 185 pounds after a Thanksgiving dinner, rookie P.J. Hairston is 6’6 and a solid 230 pounds but when Parker bumped into Hairston, the rookie went flying out of bounds with his hands waving in the air as if he was falling off a cliff. The refs didn’t go for the flop and Parker ended up passing to Danny Green for a wide-open 3.
It’s rare to see rookies flop but Hairston’s flop was as good as any flop I’ve ever seen by a veteran flopper.
On the positive side for P.J, he did score on the next play, made 3 of 5 shots from downtown and finished with 11 points off the bench.