At several points during the Nets’ 105-96 win over the Bobcats on Saturday, the ball found its way into the hands of an open Gerald Wallace.

But, outside of getting fouled on an attempted layup after Deron Williams found him wide open under the basket, Wallace didn’t attempt a single shot.

Wallace confirmed afterwards what seemed to be the case to anyone who had watched the game: that six weeks of struggles since the All-Star break in mid-February have sapped the veteran’s confidence in his shooting stroke.

“My confidence is totally gone,” Wallace told The Post Saturday. “I’m just at the point now ... I’m in a situation where I feel like if I miss, I’m going to get pulled out of the game, you know what I’m saying? So my whole concept is just that you can’t come out of the game if you’re not missing shots.

“I think I lost the confidence of the coaching staff and my teammates. So my main thing is those guys can score, so instead of thinking about it so much, just trying to focus on defense, try to move the ball and get those guys shots.”

Wallace did a good job of that Saturday, recording five assists — including four to Williams. But as the Nets close in on their first postseason since 2007, it is going to be crucial for them to try to get Wallace back on track.

Over the first few months of the season, Wallace — who signed a four-year, $40 million dollar contract to return to the Nets last summer — was a serviceable scoring option, hitting 35.1 percent of his shots from 3-point range.

But since the break, his numbers have plummeted across the board. In his last 22 games, Wallace is 7-for-47 (14.9 percent) from behind the arc and 12-for-62 (19.4 percent) on shots outside of 10 feet from the hoop, according to NBA.com’s stats tool. His overall shooting percentage was 43.2 percent before the break and is 33.8 percent since.