They were touch fouls. The only legit one was where CP pushed Bowen (though in San Antonio fashion he throws himself across the floor). And that had the biggest impact. Even with the spurs not missing, the Hornets were gaining momentum and cut the lead to 5 (i think?). As soon as it looked like the Spurs were in trouble here come all the whistles. One right after another. It was so blatantly obvious that it was sad. First time I've turned my tv off early during a game in a long time. I knew at that point, just like all the Hornets players did, that nomatter what they did the refs had already decided who was going to win that game. People are expecting game 7s to be more lenient. That's BS. The refs shouldn't have to pull back in a certain game to make it fair. They need to install a flop rule just like the technical foul rule. Once you reach 100 unnecessary flops, you're suspended. Ginobli, Bowen, and Parker would be suspended by week 3.