Agreed. You can pretty much guarantee that the only time Felton is going to get to the line is at the end of the game when teams are trying to put someone on the line. Even the one drive he did have where he got the foul, the baseline ref seemed to not want to blow the whistle and when the guy opposite did, the baseline guy looked like he was gearing up to call a charge. The NBA refs pretty much go into games having in mind "who goes to the line and who doesn't." If you do, then any chance they get to put you on there, they will, even if you are the guy hitting someone. If you don't, then they will either ignore contact against you or call a foul on you.
The guys who tend to get the most respect on our team are in order: 1) Gerald; 2) Jack; and 3) DJ (despite the fact that some folks seem to think he doesn't get enough calls, he gets quite a share when driving). Boris and Raymond for some reason are much further down the list. It's strange to me considering the fact that these 2 tend to play as much by the letter of the law as anyone out there, not doing excessive handchecking, reaching, shoving, or anything. Boris uses the crafty move that everyone is taught to of holding position but not actually pushing, but gets hit more than most guys. When Felton goes to the basket, you pretty much have to hope he is going to make it, b/c he ain't going to the line unlike most other pgs.
That said, I was happy to see both play more aggressively today. When this team is at its best, they are aggressive components of the equation, through shooting, passing, and initating offense for the team. When they stand around passively and watch others isolate, we are a worse team for it.