Lionel Hollins rips Nets' offense

NEW YORK -- Brooklyn Nets coach Lionel Hollins doesn't like what his team has become on the offensive end of the floor.

"We have established an identity: We don't make shots," Hollins said prior to Monday night's game against the Houston Rockets at Barclays Center. "That's an identity."

He continued, with a smile: "I don't know what it is. Maybe I'm the problem. I don't know. But I don't shoot them. ... I'm sure that behind closed doors -- without a microphone on -- some players may say I'm the problem, the reason they can't shoot."

Since Nov. 12, the Nets rank 22nd in field goal percentage (43.7), 29th in 3-point field-goal percentage (30.8) and 29th in offensive efficiency (97.7 points per 100 possessions).

The Nets (16-21) have lost five straight games.