To tell you the truth, I think our concentration on the field has been a lot better, ... Even in meetings it's been better, just because it's a welcome distraction. You don't have to think about whether your house is floating down the street. You don't have to think about finding an apartment. You don't have to worry about whether your spouse or your family is going to like their new neighborhood. On the field you're out there doing what you're good at and you're having fun. You don't have to think about all those things until you get back to the hotel and reality sets in.
And the team has grown closer. People are crossing over from different cliques and hanging out and talking to each other, ... A lot of wives have become friends that might not have been introduced before. It's forcing people to communicate with each other outside of practice when they might not otherwise have done it. Hey, San Antonio is only so big, and nobody has cars, and there's only so far you can walk. As active as we are, we're also lazy. So you're bound to run into somebody.