Don't worry, this thread isn't another Warriors/Jackson discussion, but I did see the Pacers mentioned and wasn't sure if this exact stat had been mentioned before:
(sorry, tried to post a formatted version of the entire article but the internet owned me again. I shortened it to the part that pertains to Indy).
For several games now, the Warriors have grown more and more frustrated by what they see as a lack of calls when they're getting whacked going to the basket. Despite the driving mentality engendered by their small-ball attack, the Warriors are tied for 18th in free throws per game, at 25.5. Defensively, they're giving up 29.9 foul shots per game, which ranks 29th. The difference of minus-4.4 free-throw attempts is third-worst in the league, ahead of Indiana and Minnesota.
So, according to this, Indiana is either 29th or last place regarding free throw disparity. Do the officials have it out for us, or are we just that bad at getting to the line this season? I guess it's a combination of both, but it's still disappointing to see us down there. At least we're still a really good rebounding team