I think it's fair to say as of Jan. 1, it's not going to make a whole lot of difference to the home-building industry and the city's bottom line. But in another year, we'll be looking at a working system that provides the funds that are required to put in the major infrastructure in these new neighborhoods.
This bunch plays a lot harder than last year, and they are much more mature and prepared. It just seems like they click a lot more on offense this year. And they move well on defense, and their post players are sealing better. Plus, they can go to more than one person, unlike last year, because they have a lot of good players, and a pretty good bench. After a while, I just think they wear you down.