"You know one thing I think everyone has to understand some, Gil, in the two years I’ve been here, has been the easiest guy I’ve had to coach. Okay? So people say, ‘Gil, Gil,’ but he's receptive and he will do whatever I ask him to do from a coaching standpoint. And I’ve said that from day one. So whatever role I give him, I think it’s more the opposite where he’ll defer more than he will try to do too much, especially with the group that we have. So I think if I ask him to score, he’ll score. If I ask him to set people up, I think he’ll try to do that. And he did that last year and he’s continued to do that through training camp this year. I think that’s one of the reasons that our younger players have been so committed to what we’re trying to do because how he’s gone about his approach to doing things too."Flip Saunders when I asked him how he felt Gilbert Arenas would fit into the team's up-tempo ball-movement style this year. Truth About It has video of the whole conversation with Arenas that I missed here.