Hook, line, and sinker. My goodness. Just keep giving Will Wade that dry erase pen and let him do his thing, because apparently he's drawing up masterpieces on the VCU sideline. Considering I had no idea what I was looking at until it was fully executed, I think it's fair to say that was a Picasso-esque play call. Gamesmanship at it's most majestic. He should have a picture of that charge/block blown up so he can sign the bottom of it and name is 'Stealing Victory From The Jaws Of Defeat', because if the court is a basketball coach's canvas then that game winning decision might just be his life's work.
Now granted, it ended up giving VCU it's second undeserved victory in two games and served a soul-shattering defeat to the team that should have/already kinda had won, but I'm of the school of thought that you don't apologize for winning. Especially when an act of sheer genius is responsible for it. If I were a George Washington fan I would be cursing that official into a line of work where public scrutiny isn't a forgone conclusion, but Will Wade deserves all the credit in the world for putting him in the undesirable position to have to call a foul a foul even though it had no effect on a likely futile play. You can say that divine intervention has played a part in VCU's last couple of games, but I think we have to tip our caps to the man whose calculated prayer was answered...