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Lakers' LeBron James, Kyle Kuzma warned for violating NBA's anti-flopping policy

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Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma received warnings from the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy during their win against the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night. 

The NBA confirmed the warnings in a series of tweets on Saturday afternoon.

James’ warning was due to a play during the second quarter of the game. Anthony Davis missed a 3-point shot and on the rebound, James fell to the floor. A foul was called on Memphis guard Dillon Brooks, resulting in two made free throws by James.

In the fourth quarter, Brooks was dribbling down the paint and Kuzma tried to draw an offensive foul as he spun around and fell on the baseline. No foul was called on Brooks or Kuzma, but league found it to be flop.

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