Is this where 'get "players()' gets called?

this.players.push(player);

// Created by Paul A. Gureghian in May 2020. //
// This JavaScript program creates and extracts info about sports teams. //     

// Start of program. //

// Create a 'team' object. //
const team = {

    // Add object properties. //
    "_players": [{"firstName": "James", "lastName": "Worthy", "age": 25},
                 {"firstName": "Kobe", "lastName": "Bryant", "age": 30},
                 {"firstName": "Jerry", "lastName": "West", "age": 32}],
        
    "_games": [{"opponent": "Celtics", "teamPoints": 120, "opponentPoints": 133},
               {"opponent": "Bucks", "teamPoints": 122, "opponentPoints": 134},
               {"opponent": "Knicks", "teamPoints": 150, "opponentPoints": 144}],   

    // Create getter methods for the keys. //
    get "players"() {            
        return this._players;
    },

    get "games"() {
        return this._games;
    },

    // Add an 'addPlayer' method. //
    addPlayer(firstName, lastName, age) {      
        
      let player = {           
        firstName: firstName,
        lastName: lastName,
        age: age
      };

      this.players.push(player);
    },

    // Add an 'addGame' method. //
    addGame(oppName, points, oppPoints) {
      
      const game = {
        opponent: oppName,
        points: points,
        opponentPoints: oppPoints
      };
      
      this.games.push(game);
    }
};

// Call the 'addPlayer()'. //
team.addPlayer("Norm", "Nixon", 28);
team.addPlayer("Luke", "Walton", 30);
team.addPlayer("Larry", "Bird", 32); 

// Print the 'players' array. //
console.log("\n");
console.log("Print the players array:", "\n");
console.log(team.players);

// Call the 'addGame(). //
team.addGame("Pistons", 120, 130);
team.addGame("Heat", 122, 136);
team.addGame("Warriors", 155, 138);

// Print the 'games' array. //
console.log("\n");
console.log("Print the games array:", "\n");
console.log(team.games); 

// End of program. //

Stick a console.log statement in your getter and see for yourself.

Before or after the return statement ?

A return ends the execution of a function. Based on that, which would you guess now, before or after?

Yup, that’s what I was thinking.