Here, Felton gets to the elbow and stops instead of keeping his dribble, if he keeps his dribble and makes his move towards the block, Amar'e opens up and is open for the dunk. Instead he makes the pass to Mozgov, who is open, but isn't ready to shoot and is thus not a threat. If he attacks the block, it also forces Gallo's man to help, which would open him up for the jumper.
Here, Felton actually picks his dribble up above the foul line twice, first in transition, then off the STAT screen. The Kings do a good job of getting 5 defenders inside the arc which will more often than not blow up the PnR unless Felton slices into the paint and either finishes or kicks out.
Here, he gets below the foul line and miss times his pass to Turiaf...if that's STAT it's a dunk.
Bottom line is that Felton has to get deeper into the defense because it's difficult for him to see over defenders if teams get 5 players back in transition, which you can guarantee the Bobcats will do.