Gerald Wallace becomes the second player (and second Net) to be fined for flopping. The first was Reggie Evans who was fined five stacks for this despicable display. Wallace received a warning for this flop vs. the Knicks last Monday, Nov. 26. So far, there hasn't been much flopping going around since the league announced their anti-flop crackdown. Wallace was fined for trying to draw a charge against LeBron James  in Miami with 51.8 seconds to go in the third quarter of Saturday night's 102-89 loss. Another flop will cost the god another 10 Gs chief.

The Brooklyn Nets become the first team to have two players fined for bad acting.

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