Josh Smith and his Atlanta teammates spent much of Sunday's game and the postgame complaining about the calls.
Hawks coach Larry Drew had enough.
After getting dominated on the glass, being forced into a half-court game and allowing Paul George to get his first career postseason triple double, Atlanta headed home with a 107-90 loss and plenty of things to correct before this best-of-seven series resumes Wednesday in Indy.
''I thought we let some calls affect us early, we seemed like we complained the whole game. You can't do that at this level of play. You just can't do that,'' Drew said. ''You've got to play through calls and we didn't do that. Whether we perceive it's a good whistle or a bad whistle, you have to play through it and we didn't do that.''
Atlanta didn't follow the game plan at all.
Drew said the Hawks wanted to run. They wound up with only a 14-12 advantage on the fast break.
He said the Hawks wanted to attack the rim. They were outscored 44-38 in the paint, 19...