I didn't see tonight's game but have noticed that over the last few games. I think that is because they're so young and their players don't just accept the calls and move on, they argue them. They don't just argue bad calls but the majority of the calls against them, right or wrong. They need to learn to pick their battles because the refs seem to ignore them completely when they're complaining so much. I don't blame guys like Jackson and Chriss for being upset at some calls but they need to stay composed. I'd throw Ulis in there also. I've seen Chandler trying to mediate and talking to the refs when those guys get upset and that's not a bad way to handle it. They're not getting T'd up like Markieff though so it could be worse. If Watson were the coach I think they'd have even more technicals, Triano seems to be well respected though and when I've seen him talk to officials it's usually cordial, then the game will be called well for the next few minutes, typically until one of our youngsters gets going again. Booker seems to have learned pretty early when to pick his battles with the refs. He doesn't get superstar calls but he gets more favorable calls than any other 21 year old in the league right now in addition to being able to talk back a bit more also.