When Lazeric Jones scored just six points against USC last Wednesday, it went pretty much unnoticed in the Bruins 10-point win.
When Jones scored five points last Saturday at Madison Square Garden in the Bruins three-point loss to St. John's, it was noticeable.
"I thought Zeek didn't get enough shots (against St. John's)," said head coach Ben Howland to FOX Sports Radio of Jones, who was just two of eight from the field on Saturday.
Also, according to Howland, Jones was reacquainted with an old habit against St. John's. Howland noticed hesitancy on Jones' part to shoot jump shots.
"Late in the game he passed up a wide open three to drive and take a guarded shot. He's got to shoot more jump shots. He's going to the basket and shooting floaters instead of shooting jump shots," said Howland.
Last summer, Jones spent a lot of time working on his floater while playing pickup games with then-locked out NBA players.
Once the season began, Howland believed Jones had become too r...