While watching the Jazz and L*kers games, I was pleasantly impressed by how many fouls Crash Wallace drew. He shot 10 free throws in the L*ker game (5 fouls), but also drew a smattering of non-shooting fouls. Of these, the drawn charge on Bynum was the most momentous, since it fouled Bynum out. (As a side note, Wallace's drawing of that charge is especially brave because it was a collision with Bynum that had once collapsed his lung. So Wallace already knows that Bynum can cause serious pain, and, dare I say it, throw a cheap shot).
In general, I was impressed by Wallace's ability to get in front of moving players to where they would run him over (Bynum), throw an elbow (Artest and Odom), and generally feel frustrated (L*kers).
I wonder if there is a statistic on the overall number of fouls a player draws? I hypothesize that Wallace is high on the list. It brings great value to the game by getting opponents into individual and team foul trouble, and also by causing frustration for the opponent.
Anyway, I just wanted to highlight that aspect of Wallace's game. It takes hustle and smarts to draw fouls, and Wallace has both in spades.