Then he does some reading and meditates. The New York Times recently ran a feature that included his meditation practice, which he’s started sharing with players
Also, no clue at all what this means, but I think I like it:
"A new area of focus spurred by Wade involves enhanced biometric screening of players, or obsessively monitoring health data points. This allows the coaches to improve conditioning and better understand how hard a player is pushing himself. In practice, coaches track a player’s every movement with GPS, using an accelerometer-based metric for body load and following heart rates to see who’s working the hardest and who might need to pick things up."