I coached HS BB for 11 years. I have a little game experience. No way in heck do you call a time out in that situation. If your players have no idea how to handle a few seconds, up by 2 points, then you obviously didn't do your job at practice. So . .no time out called. You want mayhem for the other team. If they can call a timeout, then so be it. If they can't . .then lets play ball. Obviously Brad had other ideas and how did that work out? I would never call a time out, up ,with 6 seconds left.
I saw how well that worked. The D in that situation should be situational and practiced 100s of times so a team can't be given a chance to catch their breath, get comfortable, and set up their best opportunity to score. Make it as chaotic as possible.