Great teams are often misunderstood by their less successful counterparts. Ordinary teams like to make the assumption that those who seem to have better outcomes or positions obtained those outcomes or positions by cheating. The reality is that truly great teams focus on the most important things which include integrity and honor. Cheating is far more likely to be done by those who see a need to catch up than those who see a need to keep a lead. Great teams are great because they sustain success and cheating only ever wins a moment rather than a string of moments. No amount of cheating replaces the effectiveness of hard work and effort. Great teams understand this. Ordinary teams like to disparage the winners so they can justify their own lack of honor.