's Rookie Transition Program is designed to help the league's newest players make the leap to the professional ranks. 

It's a four-day orientation that introduces its attendees to life in the limelight, covering everything from fitness to finances. For many, entering the league means working their first real job, so in an effort to protect its brand, the NBA does its best to inform its investments of  the dangers to which they could fall victim, After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, right? 

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The all-day sessions also includes talks on sex, and apparently players are taught to do some . . . interesting things, such as keep used condoms after encounters with women. That's what Knicks point guard Derrick Rose testified Tuesday during his civil rape trial in California.

"You never know what women are up to nowadays," said Rose (via Deadspin), who is accused by a former girlfriend of gang-raping her in 2013 with two of his friends. He implied partners could use the semen to impregnate themselves after the fact. 

The woman claims she was too intoxicated to give consent. Rose maintains the sex with a frequent acquaintance was consensual.