You are very right with this. It's definitely give and take between the two, but I still believe there's time for them to click. I don't mind him being taken out in those situations, but I'd rather he not ride the bench the rest of the night without getting a chance to fix his error.Pitino has an extremely long leash, when compared to his predecessor. Indeed, we've seen free-flowing, push the ball up the floor, push the ball to the rack way more. My read is that when IW does what he is coached to do, and makes a mistake, he has no issues and the leash remains long. When he goes off-script, gets wild and strays from the game-plan and his coaching, he gets yanked. It happened during the Iowa game for sure. Pitino's head almost exploded, IW out, didn't return.