Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE
Arron Afflalo and Glen Davis were upset after Orlando's latest loss, a 110-89 defeat at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs Wednesday night.
The Orlando Magic were blown out by the San Antonio Spurs Wednesday night. The loss dipped the Magic's record to 5-9. Veteran Arron Afflalo voiced his displeasure with the way the team has played as of late, even calling out some of his teammates.
"I think we still need to find out who's our guys and who's not our guys," Afflalo told Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. "Then everybody can kind of move on. At the same time, we need to grow. We need to find out who's our energy guy, who's our vocal guy. At times like this, we really need to bite down and check each other, as far as ourselves, and see what we can all do to make this team better."
According to Robbins, Afflalo and Glen Davis discussed the direction of the team after the game.
Davis went on to compare his squad to the Spurs, a team that has been a model of consistency in the NBA for the last 15 years.
"When I think of all of those guys [on the Spurs], they know their roles extremely well," Davis told Robbins.
Afflalo also told Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel, the team had to "to develop a winning mentality and winning habits."
Clearly Orlando's veterans are frustrated, but they had to know what they were in for once Dwight Howard was traded and the Magic decided to rebuild.