I think it can be little stuff. It can be how quickly we move through different phases of practice, how we pick things up, how efficient we are in execution. It can be a number of different things, but at the end of the day it's just a matter of coming in and doing your job and trying to make those improvements every day and then seeing where you are at the end of the day or at the end of the month or game by game.
I think it's certainly important. The environment that you create in and around your team is always evolving any time you have everybody out on the floor together or on the road together or whatever it may be. Training camp is obviously the beginning of that, but it's an evolutional thing that occurs throughout the season.
I've learned that we've got a lot of guys who like being in the gym. That's certainly a positive. We've had a lot of guys in twice a day, we've had a lot of guys here for long hours. Hopefully that kind of effort and that kind of discipline will translate onto the floor once the season begins.
We're thrilled with the staffs that we've been able to assemble, especially in such a short amount of time. We feel like we've got great playing experience and head-coaching experience on our staff with Scott (Brooks), Mark (Bryant) and Ralph (Lewis) having played in the league and obviously Paul Westhead is a great addition for us. Brian Keefe is a strong development coach that we're excited to have in our program. From a front-office standpoint, I feel grateful to have Rich (Cho) and Scott (Perry) in the office every day with me and I feel great about our scouting staff, both from an international standpoint and a domestic standpoint.