It's become an in-game ritual involving Clippers Coach Doc Rivers, taking place after a player is fouled intentionally away from the ball.
"Every ref, every game it starts, he looks over at me and says, 'You guys have to stop this,'" Rivers said recently.
Rivers is on the NBA's competition committee, which will soon take a hard look at the concept of fouling a player on purpose to force him to shoot free throws.
One of Rivers' players, center DeAndre Jordan, set an NBA playoff record Sunday by attempting 28 first-half free throws against the Houston Rockets, an overwhelming majority of which were awarded to Jordan by design.
The Rockets often fouled him...