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Kyle Kuzma Reacts To One Of The Worst Flops By Dillon Brooks During College: “This Was The Wildest Flop I’ve Ever Seen Live On A Court Lol.”

Kyle Kuzma Reacts To One Of The Worst Flops By Dillon Brooks During College: “This Was The Wildest Flop I’ve Ever Seen Live On A Court Lol.”

Against all the odds, the Memphis Grizzlies have established themselves as one of the best teams in not only the Western Conference but the entire league. The way they have played has impressed a lot of people and fans now view the Grizzlies as legit title contenders.

However, they will need to get past the Golden State Warriors in Round 2 of the playoffs before hoping to dream of qualifying for the 2022 NBA Finals. After losing Game 1 of the series, the Grizzlies bounced back in the second game behind an amazing performance by Ja Morant.

Although the Grizzlies won the game, one player has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Yes, we are talking about Grizzlies Dillon Brooks. Brooks was ejected from Game 2 for a flagrant 2 foul on Gary Payton II.

In all honesty, it was a dirty play from the Grizzlies guard and it has cost GPII the remainder of the season. Even the Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was frustrated after that foul from Brooks and gave him an earful in the mid-game interview.

Following this incident, many NBA fans have started to dig some dirt on Brooks in order to troll him. One such clip that resurfaced was from Brooks' college days. In the video, he is seen trying to pull off arguably one of the worst flops. Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma watched the video and reacted to it on Twitter.

"This was the wildest flop I've ever seen live on a court lol."

As Kuz mentioned in his tweet, this was arguably one of the worst flops that fans have ever seen. Brooks tried to get a foul several seconds after the contact and made a joke of himself.

While the video doesn't help his case, we are sure he didn't deliberately injure Gary Payton II. Regardless, he was extremely irresponsible in trying to block that shot and should've held back instead of trying to foul GPII. Hopefully, Payton II can heal from this injury and can return to play basketball sooner rather than later.