"I think what you're seeing there is that Carolina is an aggressive team," Pietramala said. "When you're in 10-man and you take some risks and you're sliding up the field and putting pressure on teams, there are moments when you're going to foul. Defensively, they're long, they're rangy, and they are aggressive. They get a little further out on you, and they do get after you a little bit more. On loose balls, they're going to be physical. So when you play that style, the tendency is that you do get a couple more fouls. I think you've got to look at the plus-minus of that though. Is that aggressiveness paying off with caused turnovers? Is it paying off with additional possessions for your offense and fewer possessions for your defense to defend?"