How to optimize your sleep to improve your chances of winning NBA draftKings
Posted On July 4, 2021
Optimizing your sleep is key for your chances at being drafted in the NBA draft lottery.
We’ve been testing out Google’s sleep optimization tool for NBA draft kings, and it seems to be working pretty well.
The team says the tool is working as expected, and we’ve found that it’s pretty accurate in predicting when your sleep should be.
We tested the sleep tool in Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Safari Mobile, and IE9.
Google’s Sleep Optimizer, which is based on an algorithm that measures your sleep quality and sleepiness, tells you how well you’re sleeping on average during the day and night.
This can be particularly useful if you have a sleep problem, as it can give you an idea of how long you’ll be asleep in the morning and evening.
We used the Sleep Optimization tool to predict when we should be asleep and how long we should stay asleep.
The tool tells you whether you’re asleep during the morning, afternoon, evening, or nighttime.
Here are the results: We slept through the night The algorithm tells us that you should sleep through the morning or afternoon and stay asleep at night.
If you’re staying up late, it’s okay to sleep late If you sleep late and don’t fall asleep during daytime hours, it will give you a lower chance of being selected in the draft.
The algorithm also tells you when you should be sleeping.
If your sleep isn’t getting enough, it might be time to head to bed, as the algorithm predicts that you’ll need at least 8 hours of sleep for the day.
The night before The night of the draft The morning of the NBA Draft is the time when draft kiddos are expected to be picking.
The Google Sleep Optimizers algorithm gives us a better idea of what to expect, because it predicts that we should wake up between 9 and 9:30 a.m.
The morning doesn’t have to be stressful, though.
Google says that the algorithm will work as expected if you sleep about 7 hours before the draft, and that it can predict if you’re awake or asleep in between 9:15 a.