I think both of those guys as well as some others on the team are over anxious to make something happen when they get their hands on the ball. I think it is important for them to learn to trust each other and move the ball around and take advantage of the weak spot on defense. I think each game they will learn each other and play a little better, but there will be some growing pains even though they are both great players.
They are two dominant players used to having the ball in their hands. It won't happen overnight, but the more they play together the more they will understand what they have to do.
The most important thing is when they need to do it. Once they learn to relax and trust each other it will be fine even though I know it has to be hard for each of them to learn how to play without having the ball since that is what they have always done. All these kids, even DeMarcus Cousins, are used to getting a lot of touches. When you have to learn how to make sacrifices, that is a hard thing to do. I think a lot of the turnovers we have had is because guys are trying to do too much. It takes time to adapt to the college game. Some guys pick it up quicker than others.
Look at Wall. He has a tremendous feel for the game as a freshman. So does Bledsoe. But there will be nights they just play like freshmen. By the time they get to Christmas and January, I think you will see a significant change in the offense and the way they are playing now to the improvements they will make.