Celtics’ Jaylen Brown brought hyperbaric sleep chamber to Orlando ‘bubble’
Apparently, no one takes sleep more seriously than Boston Celtics wing Jaylen Brown. The 6’6″ performer just brought his own portable hyperbaric sleep chamber to his hotel room in Orlando ahead of the NBA season restart. Let that sink in for a minute.
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Jaylen Brown literally created a bubble within a bubble in his very own room. Now that’s a sure way to get some quality rest.
While other athletes have been bringing in random things to help amuse themselves in Orlando for the coming weeks of the NBA restart, Jaylen Brown went on a more practical route. Okay, maybe he took that way further. The 23 year old brought his own portable hyperbaric sleeping chamber in his room in Orlando to cancel out all the noise and to make sure he gets enough rest.
It’s basically a sleeping bag on steroids. These gadgets supposedly help athletes sleep better and recover faster which would make a huge difference for key players like Jaylen Brown given that the schedule of games of the season continuation will be a little condensed.
With equipment like this, it’s almost a guarantee that Jaylen Brown will be in top condition heading to the upcoming season restart. The fourth year Celtic has had a terrific year thus far for Boston. He’s been averaging career bests in almost all aspects of his game. Brown has started all 50 games for Boston and has averaged 20.4 ppg, 6.4 rpg in 34 mpg. The Georgia native is locked in and is ready to push the Celtics to another playoff run.
Don’t sleep on Jaylen Brown.
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