Not surprisingly, the Bulls didn't agree with the NBA's decision on Wednesday not to upgrade Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo's hard foul on Bulls center Brad Miller to a flagrant foul.
"I think definitely it was a flagrant foul," Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro said. "I mean, I just think when a guy gets hit in his mouth and gets 10 stitches... I saw Dwyane Wade's flagrant foul in Atlanta [Wednesday] night and I didn't think that was a flagrant foul. It barely seemed like he hit the guy.
"You can't worry about that. You have to get ready to play the game and, hopefully, the officiating is consistent for both sides. That's all we're looking for as coaches, consistency."