So I went to a high school basketball game with a friend. Since it was packed, we ended up sitting behind one of the benches (away team based on seed). A foul was called that was putting the home team at the free throw line. During a timeout (may have been a mask break) before the free throws, an assistant coach for the away team asked his team who was going to untie there shoes? Coming out of the timeout the coach then told the kid to let the ref know he needed to tie his shoe. It was a two shot foul, and the kid could have tied his shoe during the first free throw. Instead the ref held up the second free throw to let the player tie his shoe. I imagine an attempt to ice the shooter. I have never even seen/heard of a coach/team doing something like that before. I had no skin in the game, but I was trying to decide if that was unsportsmanlike or gamesmanship…thoughts?