You took the quote out of context, as usual.
Kobe said that in response to a question about last year's 3-game losing streak, when they did have a team meeting afterwards to get back on track.
It had nothing to do with the Heat (or any other team that has had a team meeting this year).
Last season, in the midst of the Lakers' dropping three straight road games in Miami, Charlotte and Orlando, the team held a closed-door, air-it-out meeting to discuss -- what else -- pick-and-roll defense, and the conversation evolved into Bryant's challenging the team to ramp up its "determination" and "willfulness."
An overtime loss to the Heat followed by a 15-point drubbing by the Bobcats, after the Lakers had already played 60 games, spurred last season's meeting. Three straight losses by a total of 11 points after the first 15 games of the 2010-11 season isn't cause for dismay or even extensive discussion, but rather discovery.
"We're not going to have a team meeting or anything like that, but we need to focus," Bryant said. "We need to get ready. It's a nice challenge to have this early in the season."