Did Hornets’ Hairston pull most ridiculous flop of all time?

The NBA has attempted to cut down on flops during games, fining players $5,000 for various ridiculous acts of pretending to be fouled.

You would think this would have reduced the silliness, but you’d be wrong.

Every once and awhile, another absurd example pops up, such as the ultimate rarity — the "triple flop" — or Lance Stephenson’s usual antics.

But on Wednesday night, Stephenson’s Hornets teammate, P.J. Hairston, might have topped them all. As you can see below, during the matchup with the Spurs, 6-foot-2, 180-pound Tony Parker was somehow able to send the 6-foot-6, 230-pound Hairston flying across the court, sliding into the feet of Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich. 

Or Hairston was spontaneously possessed by a demon — you can never be sure.

Regardless, check out the madness below. Undoubtedly a fine is soon to follow.