Video: Meet LeBron James’ “flopping coach”by Scott Sargent in HeadlinesTwitterFacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedinPin this PostShare on TumblrMore services June 16, 2013June 16, 2013 9 Comments A- A A+ Meet Frank Calhoun, 71, who is credited with being the “flopping coach” for the thee-time NBA MVP LeBron James.As Frank put best, “You just gotta want it.”[Related: Top Pick Debate: No Clear Answer, But Several Theories To Rule Out] By Scott SargentScott is a co-founder/editor of Waiting For Next Year who resides in Cleveland, Ohio. Feel free to follow him on Twitter or email him at email@example.com.View all articles by Scott Sargent Post navigation Top Pick Debate: No Clear Answer, But Several Theories To Rule Out While We’re Waiting… Projecting the Browns’ moves Harv 21You almost got me with the flopping coach. Believed it all until the coach bio – NO ONE WORE HEADBANDS IN 1962!! Busted … but nice try. matt underwood“A” for effort & idea, but not really funny The_Real_ShamrockI almost expected to see Varejao! Ben FrambaughSo, an “A” for effort. But “effort” has two “Fs” MrCleavelandThey tell you it’s a put-on right off the tip when they say the guy’s 71.I played a lot of rec league hoopage, and I never saw a rec league guy flop. We had way too much pride and/or dignity for that. The_Real_ShamrockPlus you might break a hip! willi must be old. i kept waiting for the vlade divac reference Matt underwoodIt was early in the morning… God I’m an idiot Ben FrambaughSorry, that’s the joke I use with my kids when they try something (especially that they shouldn’t be trying) and then fail at it. (Sort of like trying to be funny.) This “A” for Effort but Effort has “two Fs” thing applies to me all the time.