The reason given for that T was that KG acted after the whistle had blown. This is faulty logic, and the T should be rescinded. Reason: When a whistle blows for a foul and your opponent CONTINUES THE PLAY, he can and often will score those 2 points in an "and-1" -- if the refs deem that it was in fact a 'continuation' play. BY DEFINITION, then, the defender MUST continue defending! He can't stop so long as his opponent is still capable of scoring. It was sheer folly to call a tech on KG for defending that potential continuation play... one of many head-scratching issues in that crazy Game 1 in Toronto.
Btw... I wish someone would go back and recount the actual time left on the clock when the scorekeeper changed time-remaining for the Nets from the just-announced 3.7 seconds to 2.7 seconds. Strange, strange game in many ways... except for the win, which was earned fair and square by the Nets on the road.