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Chris Jones May Have Had ANOTHER Flop Early in the Game

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We all by now have seen Chris Jones’s immortal flop. But it looks as if he may have been planning such an action from the outset, as it wasn’t his only foray into the world of acting. Above, Jones had what looks to be ANOTHER flop, this time with a phantom Andrew Harrison elbow. This one isn’t as clear, and the camera comes on the play slightly late, so it isn’t 100% certain that there was zero contact. But at best, it was greatly exaggerated and considering what came later, I vote flop #2 for Senor Jones.

Article written by Matt Jones

13 Comments for Chris Jones May Have Had ANOTHER Flop Early in the Game



  1. jasonwells1982
    9:49 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    It wasn’t Chris Jones night



  2. scwhite9
    9:53 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    That is just sad.



  3. david8577
    9:58 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    This is at the core of why I hate Louisville. They slap and grab the whole game, then pretend Tyson punched them when someone gets near them. Play like men for God’s sake.



  4. gottodoit
    9:58 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    Chris Jones’ stats for the Fun in Yum! game yesterday: 1 assist; 2 flops.



  5. Count Nefaria
    10:34 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    What a cheap move…I expect nothing less from the trashy cards.



  6. catdaddyd
    10:38 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    Refs will be keeping an eye on him this year, after that. They don’t like to be shown up.



  7. InigoMontoya
    11:33 pm December 28, 2014 Permalink

    He was auditioning for Jennifer Lawrence, hoping to be in her next film.



  8. catgut
    3:05 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Please spare you criticism of him…for he has Spasmodica Hystericae… an unintentional physical reaction to bodies moving in his line of sight….I’m disgusted with these reactions and comments, to this new and debilitating disease..you should be ashamed.



  9. Rise
    6:43 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

    This is what happens when you know you are vastly over matched.



  10. ShepherdsvilleKAT
    7:08 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

    The NCAA rules committee needs to address the issue, with a delay of game technical.



    • ShepherdsvilleKAT
      7:10 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

      at least when the game is stopped to review non-existent contact.



  11. cracka
    8:09 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

    i remember him doing this once early in the game and nothing was called, this may have been that play, but it’s hard to tell from this different angle … i think it did lead to an Andrew offensive foul/turnover, though, because he had the same reaction later in the game and the ref did make a call … it’s the entire point of flopping, you don’t get every call, but you will get some … just as if you slide under guys attacking the bucket, the refs will call a charge sooner or later

    all of these flops i’m sure lead to a lot of drew’s frustration during the game … it sucks to have to play against a bunch of pu$$ies



  12. 25OR624
    10:40 am December 29, 2014 Permalink

    This Chris Jokes ‘flop’ should have sparked a Vine phenomenon similar to Tebowing or Planking whereby folks outrageously fake geting their jaw jacked. Chris Jokes kindly provided in one game 2 examples of how it is done (against Harrison and then, more notably, Johnson). In the span of one week, the college basketball world witnessed Trezllian fighting and Jokes’ flops. uavel fans should realize what a low class little bro wanna be program they are, have always been, and forever will be.