At least off the court. On the court, the last few weeks have been as bad as it can get.

His body is sore, his jumper is broken and his confidence has been shaken.

That begets 28 percent shooting (21-for-73) from the field and 11 percent shooting (3-for-27) from three-point range the last six games.

“Yeah, without a doubt, this is the roughest patch I can remember, but I think everything is a learning curve,’’ Butler said. “I sat down with [assistant coach Adrian Griffin], and you know when you’re not making shots, you’ve got to do other things. Your mind could be telling you differently at times, and it does, but you’ve just got to keep playing and figure out a way to put the ball in the basket.’’