Devin Harris' plan in flopping was probably just to get a cheap foul called on Brandon Ingram, but the Mavericks guard actually knocked the Lakers' youngster out of the game.

Ingram left the Lakers' 107-101 overtime win over the Mavericks in the first quarter with an ankle injury, and it's pretty clear he got hurt on that play because Harris took his acting a little too far.

Brandon Ingram injures ankle tripping on Devin Harris flop. pic.twitter.com/AaZ2TjkkHf
The Render (@TheRenderNBA) January 13, 2018
The Lakers forward came off a pick and slowed up to look for a pass when Harris tried to make the contact look rougher than it was. When he fell to the ground, it appeared he caught Ingram's ankle and the second-year man came up gimpy.

The former Duke star then had to leave the game. Los Angeles reported he would not return.
Brandon Ingram (mild left ankle sprain) will not return to today's game.
Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 13, 2018
Ingram finished the game with four points, five assists and six rebounds