I found it interesting, anyway.
Even DetroitBadBoys found the strategy 'ugly', but I wish it were just illegal.
It may seem like sour grapes now that the Bulls have Wallace, but I never really understood how intentionally fouling a player wasn't called an intentional foul (which is 2 shots and the ball? or something). The best example was in the '04 Western Conference Finals when Mark Madsen would bearhug Shaq while telling the refs he's trying to foul him. If I were a ref I'd say "you sure? ok", and call an intentional foul.
They partially rectified this by penalizing off-the-ball fouls before the last 2 minutes, but it really should be the whole game. One problem is giving the refs the ability to subjectively determine 'intentional', but in the case of Shaq or Wallace it's pretty obvious.
The league should realize nobody watches games so they can see the 'strategy' of Flip Saunders. Hell, they shouldn't want to subject the viewer to seeing a Ben Wallace free throw either. I don't begrudge Flip for using the ploy as long as the NBA allows him to. Plus, the very use of the strategy means the game is close in the first place.