It's hard to say playoffs have been dominated by controversial refereeing, but it's certainly a major topic of discussion. So, flagrants, technicals, charges of favoritism towards stars were all part of the mix Thursday when the competition committee met in Chicago. Dave D'Alessandro checked in with one committee member, Rod Thorn, on what he thought. Thorn, a bit surprisingly, shared his opinions.
- Too many flagrant whistles in NBA Playoffs have players, coaches crying foul on officials - Dave D'Alessandro - Star-Ledger