The Kentucky Wildcats are 8-2, but they haven’t gotten off to the kind of start that they’d hoped for. Kentucky was ranked second going into the season and currently sits at No. 19 in the AP Poll.

But the Wildcats still have plenty of talent, and they have a great opportunity to notch a signature win on Saturday when they face North Carolina. Here are five adjustments Kentucky can make that could give it a boost.

1. Get Keldon Johnson more shots

Kentucky’s 88-61 win over Utah on Saturday was probably its most impressive performance of the season, and it was Johnson’s best game, too. He scored 24 points on nine shot attempts.

The efficiency is great, but it makes you wonder: if Johnson had it rolling to that extent, why couldn’t he have gone for 30 or 40? The Utah game was an outlier, but Johnson has been awesome all season. He’s averaging 16.1 points and 5.6 rebounds while shooting 53.6 percent from the field and 43.8 percent from 3-point range.

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Johnson is Kentucky’s best player, but he’s second on the team in shot attempts and is barely ahead of P.J. Washington and Reid Travis in that department. He should be leading the team in attempts by a healthy margin. John Calipari has always preferred an equal-opportunity offense, but that works better when you have multiple stars. The Wildcats took off last season once they allocated more shots to Kevin Knox and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, while the complementary players settled into their roles. They’d be wise to do the same thing this year.