After blowing a 15-point halftime lead in the NCAA National Championship basketball game against Kansas, UNC Head Coach Hubert Davis told reporters he wanted to add a new member to his coaching staff: a sex therapist.
UNC’s run to the championship ended Monday as they fell to the Kansas Jayhawks 72-69, and Davis wasted no time discussing his future plans to bolster his staff.
“I’m so proud of this team,” Davis told reporters following the loss. “We’ve overcome so much, fought through so much.”
“But I think it is in the best interest of the program if we bring in a licensed sex therapist for the players. Then maybe they’ll be less likely to blow their load on the court too soon.”
Misty Rains, a long-time therapist with experience in sexual stamina, said she was thrilled to have a role on the Tar Heels bench for next season.
“It’s more common than a lot of people want to admit,” Rains told reporters. “You just get excited and finish before the game is over.”
“I’m looking forward to be working with Coach Davis and Tar Heel nation to help these players get their stamina back up.”
UNC finishes the season with a 29-10 record, while Kansas, despite winning its fourth national basketball championship, still has to go back to Kansas.