When Mark Lyons decided to transfer from Xavier to Arizona, it was obvious the senior might have some trouble leading the Wildcats' offense. While in the Atlantic 10, Lyons was always the off guard, a player capable of offensively carrying the team ... but he also needed help in the backcourt. At the time, Tu Holloway was given free rein to both look for his own offense and set up fellow Musketeers, a system that greatly benefitted the squad. However, now that Lyons had to set up his Wildcat teammates and create for himself, some wondered about Arizona's efficiency.
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