There no longer is any wiggle room. Or shoving room. Or bumping room. And, assuredly, no "unnecessary contact" room.

With Friday night's costly flagrant foul against Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers now has five points in the NBA's flagrant-foul tracking system.

A sixth point mandates an automatic one-game suspension. In fact, if Chalmers' next flagrant foul is ruled a Flagrant 2 foul, for "unnecessary and excessive contact," he would then be suspended for two games.

Chalmers' latest brush with NBA law came with what Friday's referees determined was too aggressive of a box-out attempt late in the fourth quarter of what turned into a 108-103 overtime loss at Sleep Train Arena.

It was a call that befuddled Chalmers.