"First of all, it's about time they had a meeting. You have to show some leadership. I just found out a minute ago they had a meeting. If I was a player I would have called a meeting. I'm interested to see what comes of this."
I'm going to refrain from discussing the "team cancer" issue because I don't want to single out one guy if one guy hasn't been singled out.
I'm actually glad to see that things are reaching a boiling point. I'm the last guy to get into a panic over things, for one it's just not that important in the grand scheme of life, and two I fully believe things will be fine in the end, but they've been outright frustrating and not fun to watch for a while now. Regardles of the injuries and the schedule, this team is better than most on paper. There's no excuse for them to be fighting with having the right focus and intensity and work ethic all season long. Enough's enough. Hopefully they've finally hit the point where they're going to start playing like they understand that instead of repeating about how embarrassed they are, how their play isn't acceptable, etc.