SAN ANTONIO - NBA fans are going to love this, Wednesday the NBA announced a new "NO-Flopping" rule. You flop, you pay a fine. Contrary to popular belief they are not calling it the Manu rule, but the NBA will be cracking down on flopping. The calls won't affect the game, but NBA officials will look at video after games and fine players if they flop. The league said Wednesday that flopping will be defined "as any physical act that appears to have been intended to cause the referees to call a foul on another player." Players will get a warning the first time, then fined $5,000 the second time. The fines increase to $30,000 for a sixth offense. Commissioner David Stern has sought to end flopping, believing it tricks the referees. Vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson says in a statement that "flops have no place in our game." A separate flopping rule will be applied during the playoffs.