From the Wizards' postgame locker room last night, I love it when adults still take enough time to eat breakfast. pic.twitter.com/NaPslkvfkK— Mike Wise (@MikeWiseguy) May 6, 2014
By comparison, Game 1 only took 2 hours and 37 minutes to complete. In the hustle and bustle of life, it's easy to let stress keep you from taking care of yourself, and the Wizards refuse to let that happen. You might think it's silly, but you can't argue with the results.
While we don't have specifics on what happens during this three hour breakfast period, we're guessing the itinerary is something like this:
10-10:15 - Cereal (Honey Nut Cheerios for the kids, Bran Flakes for Andre Miller)
10:15-10:40 - Gourmet cereal (This isn't as fancy as it sounds. This is just when the guys smash up some Oreos, put them in a bowl, and add milk.)
10:40-11 - Hot chocolate break.
11-12 - Meats and cheeses. If anyone finishes early, they can have another bowl of cereal or hop on Instagram to check out the latest Roy Hibbert memes.
12-12:30 - Fondue cereal (The Wizards get to dip their favorite pieces of cereal in chocolate fondue.)
12:30-1 - Review (The Wizards use the final 30 minutes to review what they've eaten and make plans on what cereals to try tomorrow.)
(Yes, we realize the Wizards probably aren't using the whole three hours to eat breakfast. Lighten up people. The Wizards are winning. Life is good.)