Series deficit has made sleep hard to come by for Jazz

The Salt Lake Tribune
Series deficit has made sleep hard to come by for Jazz
Series deficit has made sleep hard to come by for Jazz

Parents everywhere tell their children about the importance of sleep. Cheri Mah, a scientist at the University of California San Francisco Human Performance Center, has been studying sleep with NBA players for years now. That's the position the Jazz were in after Saturday's Game 3 against the Rockets, a frustrating loss that provided even more than its fair share of 'What ifs.' Besides the huge importance of the game — a 3-0 series deficit is very different than a 2-1 margin — the Jazz were also beaten by missed opportunities. “With my missed opportunity I was up for a little while,” Joe Ingles said, perhaps thinking about his miss with about two minutes remaining that could have given the Jazz a 1-point lead.

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