Andrea Bargnani has not looked right in Toronto's first two pre-season contests.

The team's leading scorer has a pretty reasonable explanation as to why:

"I'm still not 100%," Bargnani told the media on Thursday, ahead of Friday's game against Detroit.

"Everybody is a little fatigued right now, but we're still in training camp and we're going to be all right for the (regular season opener against Indiana on Halloween).

Bargnani has hit only nine of 27 shots over the first two games (33.3%) and is 2-for-8 from three-point range.

Last season, the seven-footer dipped to just 29.6% accuracy from behind the line, continuing a downward trend from his career-best 40.9% in 2008-09 and 37.2% last year.

Bargnani is not getting as much lift or arc on his shots, which points to the fitness issue he raised.

His worst shooting last season came after he had missed time with a calf injury and was battling to find his conditioning.He is rarely concerned though about his game and certainly isn't losing any sleep about his ailing jumper.

"I've never been worried about my jump shot since I'm six years old I don't care if it goes in, goes out, I'm still shooting, still (have) a great shot," Bargnani said.

"I don't even think about my shot actually, I just think about defence, try to get rebounds. My shot? I just shoot."

Raptors head coach Dwane Casey also believes that Bargnani will come around once he is in top shape.

"A guy like that, he'll raise to the level of performance with his shooting. He's got to get in condition," Casey said, adding he might extend his minutes in practice to hasten the process.