via NY Post:
Nets guard C.J. Watson was warned by the NBA for flopping Thursday for a play in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s win at Minnesota. The play was called an offensive foul on J.J. Barea, but after the game Watson admitted that he did indeed flop, giving Barea “a taste of his own medicine,” and only hoped that he wouldn’t get fined by the league. Well, luckily for him the fine never came, but the league did issue him a warning.
The warning comes as no surprise after Watson all but admitted to flopping to draw an offensive foul on serial offender J.J. Barea with nine minutes to go in the fourth of what became a 91-83 Nets win.
”J.J. Barea’s a flopping guy, so I tried to give him a taste of his own medicine,” Watson told the YES Network in a postgame interview. “I hope I don’t get fined, though.”