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Mike Woodson said he would have a conversation with J.R. Smith after his performance against Miami. J.R. had
a crucial turnover late in the game, but it was more so his shot selection that Woodson wants to discuss.
Smith was 5-for-18, including 3-for-14 from three.
"He’s got to mix it up," Woodson said. "When you’re not making your shots from the three you got to get a little bit closer or try and get to the free throw line. That’s what good scorers do.
"He’s learning how to be a scorer. We got to help him because you can’t take 18 shots and 14 shots are threes. That’s a bit much. He’s got to mix it up and try to get to the free throw line."