"I would tell you that we're further along than I thought we would be, but we've got a long way to go," he said. "In 2011 – borne out of necessity than anything else – we played a more deliberate style on offense than what Virginia's reputation was, whatever that meant. In the two-man game, every ball went to Steele, and in 2012, we still continued at that pace. It was hard not to give the ball to Steele all the time. And I'm not in any way criticizing Steele because I would take him back in a heartbeat. But we became a little bit slower team on team, a little bit more deliberate team on offense. So without him, we've encouraged the guys to shoot more, to create quicker, to get to it and stuff. I think we shot 37 times a game last year. This year, I told the kids in the winter time that our goal is to shoot 45 times a game and to increase our goals scored and our shots per game. Through the first four or five games, we were averaging 55 shots a game. Now it's come down a little bit [to 50.3], but still, we've been able to do that. It remains to be seen whether we'll be able to maintain that as we get into the schedule where we're playing that are as athletic or even more athletic than us."