Joe Harris Says Nets Are Tracking the Color of Players’ Urine

The Brooklyn Nets‘ push to be at the forefront of NBA health and technology includes tracking the color of each player’s urine, according to guard Joe Harris.

Zach Lowe of ESPN wrote a feature on the Nets’ attempt to rebuild from their franchise nadir, which includes heavy investments in tracking player health. Brooklyn also tracks player diets, sleep patterns and soreness levels in addition to their urinary habits.

Urine color has a direct correlation with hydration levels, which is of the utmost importance for performance and long-term health.

        

This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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