LeBron James is the best basketball player in the world, but there's still one "skill" he needs to work on: Flopping.
The four-time MVP is known to exaggerate his flops to the point where there are several "highlight" videos on YouTube dedicated to the King's overacting. Here is one:
Beyond that, James' flops have apparently inspired a new Internet trend, appropriately called LeBroning, in which people perform egregious flops in ordinary situations. This is like Tebowing, except in video version. Check out a few:
LeBroning isn't specific to basketball, however, and now any exaggerated flop can be termed "LeBroning." Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee tweeted this in response to Cam Newton's flop on Sunday.
Cam's been watching these high schoolers #Lebroning obviously
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 12, 2014
(H/T to BuzzFeed)