Chicago fans might be complaining, but their complaints are on calls early in the game. Those don't really matter in the grand scheme. Calls late in the 4th have the utmost importance, and the Pacers didn't get a single call during that stretch.
Boozer pushed Jeff so hard out of bounds that he had to carry his momentum and walk towards the short corner, but not one single official saw anything?
Does anyone HONESTLY think that Jeff is just going to lose his balance on his own and go out of bounds on a rebound? Seriously?
Jeff has some of the best balance when fighting for position in the game. How many times have we seen him arm wrestle a guy get an offensive rebound and a put back with one arm? Uh, a lot.....
As far as Hibbert, CWebb was correct. Noah wasn't even bodying him up, there was a sizeable gap between their bodies and Hibbert didn't extend his arm. Yes, his forearm was up, but that play happens 10 out of 10 times. You're taught to protect the ball with your off arm, and not extend, in JR high basketball.
I'm not saying there is a league wide conspiracy. I'm saying refs are smart enough to know that superstars made the league, and are good for the league, and they (and their teams) will get the benefit of the doubt when it matters.