There is an easy fix to UCLA’s offensive woes: Jordan Adams.

The Bruins are in a shooting slump, during which they have split four games in Pac-12 play. Getting Adams back on track is the priority in Thursday night’s game against Stanford at Pauley Pavilion.

“We've got to help Jordan,” UCLA Coach Steve Alford said. “Jordan is a prolific scorer. He’s a great shooter. We've got to work the offense to get him better shots.”

Adams, a sophomore guard, averages 17.4 points to lead the Bruins. He shot 50% from the field during nonconference play and opened Pac-12 play with a 21-point performance against USC, where he made eight of 13 shots.

But Adams has shot 31% in the last four games, making four of 18 three-pointers in that time.

“Coach and I talk all the time,” Adams said. “I have to put this behind me. I go the extra mile, getting extra shots after practice. I just have to keep shooting. That’s pretty much it.”

Alford said Adams’ main problem is “he’s been in a little bit of a hurry.”

But Alford doesn’t want to slow him down too much.