http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/local/orl-magic1206apr12,0,7622873.story?coll=orl-sports-headlines Quotes Below: "In NBA circles, Arroyo may be considered a journeyman -- already with his fifth NBA team at age 26 -- but to the Central Florida Puerto Rican population, he is treated like LeBron James." "Normally, you have to sign a superstar to have an impact like he has had in Orlando," said Joey Colon, the Magic's Spanish radio play-by-play announcer. "Everyone is jumping on board because now anyone who is Puerto Rican, anywhere, has an interest in the Magic. People are calling me from around the country, asking about him." "Once he arrived and the team realized how popular he was, they created a new three-game ticket plan. Anyone who bought tickets for the three April games was promised an autograph session with Arroyo." "We just have to guard against asking him to do too much," Navas said. "Sometimes, we have to remember he's here to play basketball first, not be a rock star."