Ryan Harrow couldn’t stop himself. Dribbling down the court in the second half of Kentucky’s 90-38 win over Eastern Michigan on Wednesday, the sophomore point guard ran into traffic. To escape, he tried a behind-the-back dribble.
“It’s just a habit,” Harrow said. “Those moves, like when I put it between the legs and behind the back, it’s like my body just did it itself.”
It didn’t work.
“I went like, ‘Oh, snap, what am I doing?'” Harrow said, recounting his realization that he had made a mistake.