Can we talk about how awesome Roy's gotten at blocking/altering shots w/o fouling? Remember when that was a HUGE issue? Sure, the league's started to rule on "verticality" differently than before, but that's pretty much specifically because of Roy.
His rookie year he had .35 blocks for every foul. Then .46, then .55, .65, last year .74. This year the dude's at 1.8 blocks for every foul he commits. I know that's an unsustainable rate, but that's insane.