He's played in all but one game for the 10-1 Sooners and is shooting just 14 of 47 from the field (10 of 36 from behind the 3-point line).
The answer to turning that around is simple, Booker said.
“It's just knowing that I can hit shots,” he said. “I've been missing that. I've got to get more consistent in what I'm doing. I've made some good steps, not just shooting the ball but driving, kicking and doing other things like offensive rebounding.
“I've got to knock down open shots more and just be ready when the passes come to me.”
Once those shots start falling, Neal said, they'll have an even bigger impact for the Sooners.
“We want him to step up and be confident knocking down those threes,” Neal said. “We know he can do it. He's a great shooter. He's going to get a lot of open opportunities. Not only that but people will start seeing that and shading his way and leave things open other places.