Webster's Dictionary defines a flop alternately as "an act or sound of flopping," "a complete failure," "a place to sleep," and "a piece of dung." Webster was an idiot. Sports fans know a flop is when a player exaggerates, or in some cases, completely fabricates physical contact to draw a foul from an unsuspecting ref. European soccer players invented it, and now Filipino-Australian basketball player Mick Pennisi (above) has perfected it. But how does Mick's move stack up among the all-time greats? We've collected the 9 best basketball flops and the flopping floppers who flop them.
Omer Asik and Kyle Korver