Former Ginebra import (only played 7 games) and current Cleveland Cavalier guard Donald Sloan is on the wrong end of NBA history. Last November 2, D. Sloan tallied 4 points, 5 assists over 18 minutes in a lopsided loss to the Chicago Bulls.
Nope. Outscoring Derrick Rose in that game is not the history we’re talking about here. Check out after the jump how Sloan puts his name in the NBA’s record books for being the first one to receive a warning for flopping from Stern’s office:
Last Monday, Sloan was warned by the NBA of his Reggie Miller ways when he was bumped by Chicago’s Nazr “I party with MJ and Scottie” Mohammed on a pick. Sloan bounced off and threw his arms wildly up in the air to sell the illegal screen. Someone had to be first right?
I guess he took lessons from Mick Pennisi.
Photos c/o PBA IMAGE – Nuki Sabio and Bleacherreport.com