First let me say that I've been at this for 25 years and have developed a great relationship with about 99% of the area chapter's officials. This vast majority are great people that I think enjoy working with me too. The other 1% are guys even the 99% don't care for. I had 1 of the 1% last week for a game that went down to the wire. With 13 seconds to go and us down by 1, we force a turnover on their end. I call a timeout and instruct my PG to get the inbounds pass, dribble up court to the right block, and call another TO. (I also told him that if he could get all the way to the hoop, by all means score.) He could not get to the bucket, as he got stopped on the block, where he called a TO as instructed. I wanted to run our BLOB play that our opponent had not stopped all day, figuring we would at least get to the line if not hit a winner if we execute it. As we are coming off the floor, the ref points to the sideline as the spot where we would inbound. For a moment, I came unglued and questioned the spot, only to be rebuffed by 1%. I didn't feel I could press the issue for fear of a T, thereby giving us no chance to win so I gathered the troops and reviewed our SLOB play. We did not get a quality look and lost by one. I was PO'd. My video tape confirmed that he was indeed standing on the block. What would all of you done in a situation like this? Just venting, as it still is eating at me.