As a long time fan, and one of the Mammoth's biggest supporters, I find it fair to ask, do you really believe you are doing the best job you can? While I know you will likely be conveniently, 'too busy', to answer this, I'm sure a number of the teams biggest supporters share the same sentiments.
In over a decade of Mammoth lacrosse, there have been ups and downs, celebrations and heartbreaks, but I cannot recall such a miserable period in Mammoth lacrosse as the last five years, and what already appears to be be a sixth in this season. Admittedly, I am not an executive in the league, nor will I likely ever be, but I don't think it takes an expert to realize you're repeating a losing formula year after year. Taking a look at the most successful teams in the league, and particularly in the Mammoth's glory days, one thing stands out, consistency. When the Mammoth won the Championship, it was not because they were the best players, but because they were the best team. With so many returning members, the chemistry and consistency allowed them to play at a sum greater than the parts. And now here we are, a team that seems to be rebuilding since 2007, blowing up the roster yearly to a point where your longest tenured current player is only in his fourth season with the team. At what point do you simply let it be? It can't get worse.
Speaking of the longest tenured player, what kind of example is Grant Jr. setting for the guys, when seemingly every quarter he crumbles to the floor and lays trying to get a late call that never comes, leaving the defense hanging to dry short handed. He's a professional, and an athlete, and one of the team leaders, at what point do you say something to him? He sets the tone, and as his 'boss' at what point do you decide that's unacceptable? Do you even care?
Off the field, Willie B has crossed the line, and is now a serious disappointment and truthfully an annoyance. He's a part of the experience, sure, but in what world is it ok for a sports arena announcer to bully opposing players and refs, make crude and adult jokes regarding other players? The middle school jock laugh at his own sophomoric jokes, and constant talking during play and only being quiet when the ball isn't live seems counter intuitive to the traditional role of the in game announcer. It's too much, it's out of control, and you refuse to step up, again.
So I suppose it begs the question, what are YOU doing for this team and these fans right now? Not every team will win every year, but after years of a losing game plan (in a league where the most talented team doesn't always have the best record and the emotional aspect is equally important), what is your vision, or what are you trying to do? The Mammoth aren't the big team for the Kroenke family and your job is undoubtedly secure, but if this was the NBA, NHL, NFL, do you think you would still be with the team?
To save you the excuse of being too busy to write out a response, I'll simply ask, what is your vision for the team, and what have you actually done to get them there.