What's going on is that Harrison has a history of running his mouth and "crying" about calls not going his way. Until he learns how to keep his mouth shut he will continue to get the "treatment" (fair or not) from the refs.<quoted text>Speaking of the technical on David Harrison, he got the technical just for asking the ref what he did. He just ASKED "What did I do?" and got the technical!! Boy, he continues to get a raw deal from the refs in the NBA. They kept showing the replay where he was called for that "foul" (another phantom foul). He did absolutely nothing to get that call, if anything it was his defender that had his hand on Harrison coming up the court! What gives with all these stupid foul calls against Harrison and what gives, have these officials been asked by Stern or whoever to call fouls on him for no reason whatsoever. The team needs to lodge a serious complant with the league office. Those 3 points on that crappy call alone gave Phoenix all the margin they needed for the win.(That wasn't the only bad call in the game, and Phoenix sure doesn't need the help!) I'll bet it is really frustrating for David Harrison to get a break in this league right now. How does Coach O'Brien not lose his mind over this and get technicals or ejections. It's like they're out to get Harrison for some reason(!?!).Does anybody know what's gong on here?
It's not hard to play hard and keep your mouth shut. I think we haven't seen O'Brien back him up (he usually gets benched after receiving a T), because he wants Harrison to simply play the game and leave the talking to the coaches.