Looks like the 2012 Academy Awards has an early nominee…

by Zettler Clay

How bad does Glen Davis want that foul call?

Shame on Big Baby. Everybody knows you got to drop immediately and roll a few feet to sell that. He’s no Sean Penn folks.


  1. Celtics says:

    Carmelo Anthony hit him on the ear. I don’t get why this writer is saying he’s faking. Looks to me that he doesn’t have anything else to blog about.

    • bballwiz says:

      Look again, moron. Big Baby is just being a big baby. It’s friggin’ obvious! You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to see that!

  2. Vjeko says:

    You write about this and hardly mentioned an act by Bosh which was 3x worse

  3. OC says:

    im all for exposing flops, but it would help if the video actually backed up what the title implied….in this case big baby davis got elbowed in the ear, and he made sure the refs saw what happened…i recommend following derek fish’n’chips around for a couple of games if you’re looking for a worthy oscar nominee!

  4. spurssanantonio says:

    I don’t know about this writer, is this the only time You have seen an acting like that?. Davis was hit lightly, yes, he was acting, but why make a big deal out of it? are you really serious man? come on.

  5. anon says:

    because that was the biggest flop i have ever seen. and not because of the slight contact and quick acting like usual. it wasn’t quick. he sat down and legit cried about it. he doesn’t get any respect from the nba or from other players because of things like this. biggest baby in the nba by far. his nickname is perfect.

  6. Leo says:

    @ Celtics, Melo tapped him on the ear and he goes to the ground balling his eyes out. If he got the call it would have been a good move, but he didn’t and he continues to sit on the floor having a wah. Shame.

  7. clippers2013 says:

    Maybe you should blog about something more interesting.

  8. David says:

    Big Baby got hit. I’d love to expose floppers but it seems that he got hit. The tv and web people are being lazy here, Walt Frazier called it a flop cause maybe he couldn’t see it well, and then all night yesterday on TV and NBA.com people are calling it a flop. He got hit. If he hadn’t got hit, I’d be all for it but you’re actually wrong.