Puerto Rico's Carlos Arroyo wishes he would have handled things differently with Utah coach Jerry...
Puerto Rico's Carlos Arroyo wishes he would have handled things differently with Utah coach Jerry Sloan when he started as point guard for the Jazz.
"When (our differences) emerged, I should have approached Jerry Sloan," Arroyo told ESPN Deportes' Alvaro Martin in an interview for TV.
"I should have done it right there; waiting for things to just happen was not the right decision."
Arroyo, who signed with the Jazz after splitting his first NBA season with the Toronto Raptors and Denver Nuggets, was appointed the starting point guard by Sloan after John Stockton retired in 2003. He clashed at times with Sloan over the way the offense was ran.