When you've made just one of your 17 shots over the past two games, as Jrue Holiday has, your offense is going to come into question. Especially when your team has lost both of those games.
The Sixers point guard knows it, but he isn't letting it bother him. He knows how to correct things and he is confident in his ability to do so.
"I guess you kind of take what the defense gives you," said Holiday, who had scored below double-figures in five of the past 11 games entering Sunday's contest in Minnesota. "You don’t always want to just force it. There are times when you can get in (to the lane) a little more. You don’t have to get all the way into the paint to still draw attention or get contact. Like Lou (Williams) does, Lou’s not always in the paint when he does that. But just being aggressive that way is what coach (Doug Collins) is talking about."
Like Holiday, Collins insn't concerned about his point guard's recent inability to find the basket. He does think it's more of a mental barrier than a physical one.