Any sport needs firm control over the body at all times. No sportsperson can be sloppy and expect to emerge as a winner in a game that requires phenomenal strength and agility of the body.
In football, where contact happens, sometimes players often feign an injury or a push and deliberately fall to win a foul against the opponent. It happens in basketball as well.
So what happened at the basketball game between Oregon and Utah is that one unforgettable sloppy moment of an otherwise good player.
Oregon was leading the match because of star player Dillon Brooks, who was spearheading the charge. Then for some very odd reason, this happened.
Yes, Dillon Brooks flopped. He tumbled awkwardly on the court. He was, perhaps, feigning a tumble when the opponent turned the other way. The referee fouled Dillon and the spectators booed.
Anyway, Oregon won 73-67.