This was brought up on the old forum by Lee and Micro, but I thought it might be worth persuing here. Lee thought Acker would take minutes from Arroyo, and that Arroyo's job may not be that secure. Arroyo's problem as I see it is that the league is moving more towards bigger guards. Sure there are very successful players his size and smaller, but they seem to have something outstanding about their game. Arroyo does have very good point guard skills, and has shown the ability to organize the offense. The only problem is that he's never going to be able to start(baring injury), so he's going to have to become the leader off the bench. If he can be successful with these less gifted/experienced players, he will make an impact, and solidify his position. I am also bothered by his need to be the single point of contact. In order for Arroyo to deliver on his considerable passing skills, he needs the ball for the majority of the clock. That's a major problem for a team trying to get ball movement because they have many threats. That worked in the talent depleted Utah teams he played on, but won't work here. Will Arroyo adjust? Can he? All I know is that I won't count him out, but he's got a lot of work ahead to secure minutes this time.