As someone that has been accused on being a less than gracious winner on multiple occasions, I think I'm at liberty to say that there aren't many feelings that trump showing up your opponent after defeating them. Unfortunately, the grown men that are responsible for holding emotional college kids in check are held to a higher standard of conduct than the athletes that they coach.
That's why there's really nothing you can do but tip your cap to Jimmy Patsos for hilariously mocking his opponent while still remaining the bigger man. In a lot of ways, fulfilling his sportsmanlike duties by running through a ghost handshake line is more disrespectful than stomping off the floor like a toddler whose mother is making him put back the potentially diabetic cereal. That said, he added insult to injury in a way that somehow appeared far more professional than the man whose saltiness got the best of him as he stormed off the court. Forget about beating a rival in a heated matchup. Jimmy Patsos got his biggest 'W' of the night when he held up his end of the unspoken agreement that coaches make to shake hands regardless of the result in a Machiavellian manner that all-but-guaranteed that Kevin Baggett's bush-league behavior would catch ablaze and run wild throughout the internet.