He does do that often, doesn't he? If he makes a bad play or errant throw, it seems like he over dramatizes it if he was hit, he rolls around on the ground, pounding the turf, like he just took a Tom Brady hit, and then gets up and he's fine. He's like that guy you play ball with in the summer league who calls a foul everytime he misses, or acts like he turns an ankle when he shoots an airball:ha: How many times in his rookie and 2nd year did he totally silence the home crowd rolling around in pain on the field because he got his foot stepped on? I will admit, it really was scary the first 8-9 times I saw it, now I just come to expect it. "The little boy who cried wolf syndrome."