College Basketball Player Cleans up Mess Made by Coaching Staff After Disappointing Road Loss

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Playing against Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday night, Houston Cougars lost, and it resulted in a little bit of a mess being created by the University coaches of the Houston team.

And, let’s be honest, nobody likes a sore loser, even when it’s a heart breaking score of 83-82.

But, thanks to Jamel Shead, 1 of the Houston players, he made up for his coach’s reaction to his loss.

In the game, Houstons final 2 chances to get the ball in the hoop were rejected when it hit the rim, and when an Alabama player knocked it away from the net…

https://twitter.com/thecomeback/status/1469902361011179526?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1469902361011179526%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.insider.com%2Fvideo-jamal-shead-college-basketball-player-clean-up-houston-alabama-2021-12

Unlucky.
But, when Houston talked to officials about the misfortune, it didn’t change anything, resulting in the coaches leaving in a bit of a strop. Yikes.

The coaches kicked a chair over and then kicked it numerous times afterward, knocked trash cans over, and walked through the tunnel, leaving a mess everywhere.

https://twitter.com/DrewMaddux/status/1470126304062320644

Not cool at all, and kind of embarrassing, with other Houston players following their coach’s example.
But 1 player showed his morality hadn’t been dampened, even after the devastating loss, taking 1 for his team, and setting an example for the rest of the world.

Jamal Shead, 1 of Houston’s players, held back and cleaned the mess up, leaving people to share their warm-hearted opinions about his actions.

1 person wrote on Twitter:
“I’m a huge fan of this young man!” while another wrote: “Classy move by Houston guard Jamal Shead.”

And others expressed that the young player was raised right.

And honestly, we have so much respect for him, too.

https://twitter.com/MyBookie/status/1470155347591458819

A petition to have more people like Jamal Shead in this world, please.
What do you think of Jamal? And what do you think of his coach’s actions?