Rudy Gay isn't worried about his shooting woes.

The Raptors' highest-paid player and biggest star has had considerable trouble sinking buckets in the opening three games, hitting just 32.7% from the field, including 30% from three-point range.

Gay is searching for answers.

"I don't know. We've had a pretty tough schedule, it's going to get tougher, I'm not blaming my shooting on that, I think it's mostly mental," he said Monday.

"There's going to be times I'm not going to make shots and we're still going to have to find ways to win."

Gay said he won't change anything in terms of pre-game and off-day preparation.

"We're still winning, we're 2-1 and I don't think I've hit a shot in five games, and we've only played three," Gay said with a laugh.

"I'm pretty sure the ball will go in."

On the plus side, Gay hauled in a career-best 15 rebounds on Saturday against the Milwaukee Bucks and has helped the Raptors surge to the top of the league in rebounding.

All four starters are averaging at least four rebounds per game and Gay is at 9.3, two a game more than Tyler Hansbrough's 7.3, which ranks second on the team.

Gay and DeMar DeRozan lead the Raptors at 1.7 steals per game.