Go ahead and take a nap Sully. It's good for you.

Year's ago it was revealed that Danny Ainge consulted with a so-called "brain doctor." That raised a few eyebrows and caused a few snickers among Celtics fans. As it turns out the most accurate description for what Jonathan Niednagel does is Brain Typing. The study of brain types is pretty neat stuff when you take the time to look into it. Obviously you can't make a decision about a player only using their brain type but it is another piece of the puzzle and another data point to use for evaluating players. If anything it seems like Ainge was a little ahead of the curve on that stuff.

So with that as the backdrop I'm on board with the fact that since 2009 the Celtics consult with a "sleep doctor" named Dr. Charles Czeisler. He's "the chief of the division of sleep medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and director of sleep medicine at Harvard Medical School."