All three initially raised an eyebrow upon learning of Brooklyn’s daily routine — a two-hour time commitment that begins before practice even starts. Players receive a text informing them when their “table time” is scheduled. That includes 30 minutes with a massage therapist, physical therapist, or both, depending on what ails them that day. From there, players spend 30 minutes in the weight room, then move to the court for individual training. “Our whole setup can be a bit rigid,” Atkinson says. “We’re like a college program, in some ways. We have this car wash of very specific things with very specific people.