MIAMI - If you're struggling the morning after NBA Finals games, you're not alone.
Local 10's Jen Herrera's early morning schedules makes it challenging to keep her head up on any given day, but the nail biter of a series between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs hasn't helped matters.
Sleep experts say big events like the finals can create anxious anticipation and fuel excess drinking, making it harder to sleep.
Herrera underwent testing at the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Center.
"Well, I'm not a doctor, but based on the preliminary results, you have a major case of basketball brain," said Patrick McMahon, manager of the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Center.
"Let's hope they win this and it's all worth it," replied Herrera.
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