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. //

yes, given the property is this._players, using this.players is the getter.

So, the get method actually pushes the changes to the array, it doesn’t go directly into it when you call the addPlayer method.

.push() method pushes/add elements to the array.

the getter simple returns the value of the property.