"I twisted my knee in a scrimmage before we came down here so it's sore," said Moto. "I've got to see how it does. I don't know yet when I'll be able to play. It's been real sore.
"It's frustrating, but I'm here supporting my team."
Team Takeover still finds itself in a position to advance out of pool play, but things would have been easier with the services of Moto. A four-star prospect, Moto gives Takeover an athletic, physical presence who can defending opposing guards or wings while also helping on the backboard.
"Arnaud is a great slasher, a great defender," said teammate Jerami Grant. "He's a good mid-range shooter. He's very versatile. He helps us a lot."
The intangibles and athleticism that Moto possesses are a couple of reasons why he is so highly coveted. Multiple college programs have extended scholarship offers, but Moto has yet to release a list of schools. A few weeks back he visited three ACC programs most believe are high on his list.
"After the NBA Camp I visited Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, and NC State," said Moto. "I really liked Virginia Tech's campus. It's the same with Wake Forest. I had a great time there too.
"I saw a lot of things at NC State. That was a great visit... they have nice facilities. I liked it a lot, but I'm trying to take more visits."
Moto, who checks in at 6-foot-6 and 220 pounds with a 7-foot wingspan, projects to play small forward on the next level. As of now he doesn't have a leader, but hopes to formulate a list in the near future.
"I haven't narrowed my list at all," he said. "I'm supposed to narrow it down after Orlando, but I probably won't have a decision until December or March.
"Right now they are all pretty much the same. There are some teams that have been on me longer than others and I'll show them some extra consideration, but for now they are all the same."