It's something they had all last year, when Sefolosha made a career-high 108 threes on a career-best 42 percent shooting from deep.
But this season, he's shooting only 27 percent from three, far below his career average of 35 percent.
And he's only made 11 3-pointers the entire year. His lone make on Thursday was only his second of December.
“It's coming back,” Sefolosha said confidently. “I'm shooting extremely well, I'm confident in my shot, it's just not falling for me right now. But again, I just don't want to think too much about it.”
Defensively, with his wingspan and versatility, Sefolosha will always impact the game. But last season, his improved offense boosted his value and importance.
Sefolosha and the Thunder hope Thursday was the first step on the road back to that form.