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Sleep study has become as much a part of the NBA as analytics

Almost casually, Robin Lopez boasted.

"I possess the unique ability to slip into a coma at any moment's notice," the Bulls center said.

What a tranquil talent. What a placid power.

The Bulls will conclude a five-game, 11-day trip Thursday in Denver. They're back on Mountain time after two separate jaunts to the Pacific time zone.

Their days are filled with breakfast meetings, film study, trainer

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