Miami’s LeBron James has more than fouling out in Game 4 to worry about.

James, Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson were all fined $5,000 today by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping rule in Game 4 Tuesday.

James, who fouled out that night, and West violated the rule while James was defending him in the post with less than five minutes remaining in the game.

The two players collided and flopped in opposite directions trying to draw the foul. James fell to the floor and West kept his balance while stumbling toward the baseline.

Stephenson was fined for acting like Miami’s Ray Allen hit him in the jaw with an elbow after he made a basket in the final seconds of the first quarter.

Allen didn’t connect with Stephenson’s jaw, but the Pacers guard threw his arms up in the air like he had been hit.

Flopping has become a major issue in the playoffs.

“Some guys have been doing it for years, just trying to get an advantage,” James told reporters before Game 4. “Any way you can get an advantage over the opponent to help your team win, so be it.”