Kyle Korver can hit shots. That's no surprise.
But how the former Creighton star gets free for those shots has changed over the years, from his time in Omaha to his pro career in Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Atlanta and now Cleveland.
"I could just come in and spot up and it'd be fairly easy on the offensive end, but I think we've tried to incorporate me a little more than that," Korver said in the video.
Korver — who recently had his best game since joining the Cavs after getting off to a sluggish start — also talked about how he and his teammates were still adjusting to his game.
"It's probably been more of the other guys having to adjust to me than me having to adjust to them, to be honest, which I feel kind of bad about," Korver said. "Channing (Frye) has had to change up his game quite a bit. He's rolling more to the basket instead of just popping. Different guys are getting different shots and different looks, and so I think sometimes maybe it hasn't looked as good as we'd like it to just because we're all kind of learning on that end with me."
You can see the full interview here:
Here's another video from earlier this month in which Korver discusses getting comfortable in Cleveland: