Believe me I had a lot of teammates in all the 14 years I played for the Bulls. I respected eachone of them. I just wanted them to win, no matter how you looked at it. Doug Collins came atthe same time when I was trying to play at the summer time. He said "well, you are part of theorganization and the organization said you can't play at the summer time." I said "you read thethings in my contract; in my contract I have the 'love the game' clause. That means I can playanytime I want, any place I want." And Doug looked at me and said "you are right, you areright." And that's how we became a little closer. Jerry Krause is right there and Jerry is nothere. Obviously I don't know who'd invite him, I didn't. But, I hope he understands it goes along way. He is a very competitive person. I was a very competitive person. He saidorganizations win championships. I said "I didn't see organizations playing with the flu in Utah. Ididn't see it playing with a bad ankle." Granted, granted, I think organizations put togetherteams, but at the end of the day, team's got to go out and play. I think the players win thechampionship, and the organizations has something to do with it, don't get me wrong.But don't try to put the organization above players. Because at the end of the day, playersstill have got to go out of there and perform. You guys have got to pay us, but I've still got togo out and play.