I don't know if anyone else noticed, but Kentavious used to let his elbow flare out to the right on his release. That action created a rightward spin on the ball which caused the ball either to drift to the right or twirl out of the bucket. I mentioned it before the season as an area for improvement, and you can see it on the Georgiadogs.com video I linked back on August 2, 2012.
Now, he's keeping his elbow tucked, and consequently his shooting percentage will go way up.
I first spotted the change in his form when he was shooting free throws (I think it was in the first half). Great work.
Since I started this post, KCP has hit 3 more contested jump-shots. He ended the game shooting 10 of 14 from the field, averaging 71 percent, by far his highest shooting percentage for any game (his career shooting average is 39 percent).