Ryan Harrow, as the expected starting point guard for Kentucky, must decide on the fly. As chaos erupts around him and his feet move at a rapid pace, Harrow must assess the situation, make a decision and execute. Those are the responsibilities of a John Calipari-coached point guard. For example, when Harrow drives into the lane, does he go with his instincts and drive to the hoop? Or does he wait for the help defender to commit and throw a lob pass to his teammates? What if Harrow’s defender drops off and dares him to shoot? What if a double team tries to trap him? All those things must go through Harrow’s head in the time it takes for the ball to bounce from the floor back to his hand. Oftentimes it’s even quicker.