Given his track record shooting 3-point shots Randy Foye's first three games with the Nuggets are the exception to his normally sharpshooting rule.

But he's in no way worried about it.

Signed during the offseason to a three-year contract to bolster the Nuggets' 3-point shooting Foye has started slowly. In four exhibition games he's averaging 7.7 points on 40.7 percent shooting including 33.3 percent from the 3-point line.

His best outing came Monday in the Nuggets' victory over San Antonio when he scored 15 points and made 6-of-10 shots including 3-of-5 attempts from the 3-point line.

"If you look at what I shot last year from the 3 during the preseason it was horrible" Foye said. "It felt good to make a few but it's preseason. I still have a lot of work to do."

Foye whose career performance from the arc is just over 40 percent shot 39 percent from long range last year with Utah. Comfort is a big deal to a shooter and it's been difficult to get comfortable during training camp as he learns his new team. The players around him are constantly changing as coach Brian Shaw searches for the lineups that work best. The system is new so Foye has to learn what the coaching staff wants for each play.