Carlos Arroyo is the best Puerto Rican basketball player right now, being a consistent player with the National Team and a key reserve in the NBA.
He started playing in the NBA in 2002 as an undrafted player and was the starting point guard for the Utah Jazz after John Stockton retired.
At the 2004 Olympics, he led Puerto Rico to a 92-73 win over the USA.
After up-and-down performances in the NBA and in international competitions, Arroyo showed more maturity in 2009 as he led Puerto Rico to a silver medal in the FIBA Americas Championship, playing the point guard position using the best of his abilities to pass the ball and score efficiently.
His maturity will come in handy during the 2010 FIBA World Championship as the fans expect a great showing in Turkey.