People Hilariously Went in on Draymond Green's Epic Flop Last Night

"My man is up for best performance in a short series."

The Golden State Warriors punched their ticket to their third-straight NBA Finals last night via a 129-115 Game 4 win over the San Antonio Spurs, completing their Western Conference Finals sweep.

Along the way, Draymond Green delivered one of the most epic flops you'll ever see. It took place in the second quarter of Monday night's game, when Spurs guard Jonathon Simmons closed in on the Warriors' All-Star forward, inadvertently elbowing him in the face. Although there was clear contact, Green more than sold the foul, sprawling his body onto the court.

NBA fans took notice, giving Green every acting award in the book for his epic flopping performance. Here are the funniest reactions to it.

  • Just Look How Draymond Ridiculously Tried to sell this flop

    Bruh! En route to being swept, even Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had to laugh.

  • People called it the 'flop of the year'

    One look at this and it's hard to argue that.

  • And Fans lined up all the acting awards for Draymond

    The "best performance in a short series" tweet is pure internet gold.

  • If he doesn't win an award, Green's flop is definitely 'Shaqtin' A Fool' Material

    Dramatically silly.

  • One fan wanted to revoke Draymond's All-NBA honors

    From the third All-NBA Team to first All-NBA Flop Team!?

  • His Teammate Matt Barnes's Reaction Said It All

    When it takes your all to not bust out laughing.

  • This Tweet Was As Dramatic As Draymond's Acting


  • Others couldn't help compare Draymond's Flop to LeBron James's flops of the past

    Maybe they're just ready for the Warriors-Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Finals trilogy, already.

  • Well, this could explain it ...

    The Warriors' sweep of the Spurs might have ended Manu Ginobili's 19-year NBA career.

  • This simple tweet tells it the best

    Epic flop, indeed.

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