It's always a nice gesture to shake hands after a game, even if nobody is actually there.

Tuesday night, Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos did just that, with imaginary handshakes:

Siena's opponents, Rider, was upset how about how the game unfolded, in the 78-68 Siena win. The bad blood started with the ejections of Siena’s Marquis Wright and Rider’s Anthony Durham following an altercation between the two:

Both coaches were assessed technical fouls, after the benches cleared.

That led to the fake handshakes afterwards: