Justin Holiday is having a strong season for the Chicago Bulls this season. In fact, he's about to break Kirk Hinrich's franchise record for consecutive games with a 3-pointer. But don't tell him that.

“No, no, I don’t want to know,” Holiday pleaded to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. “Don’t tell me. Please don’t. Ignorance is bliss.”

Justin Holiday is having one of the best seasons of his career. He's averaging a career-high 13.0 points while  shooting 41.4 percent from deep on 7.7 attempts per game. The 29-year-old guard is embracing his role as a 3-point specialist for the Bulls, and it all started with hard work.

“To be honest, this summer I worked a lot more on putting the ball on the floor and finishing around the basket than shooting the 3-ball,” Holiday said. “I have found that getting myself comfortable doing those other things have freed me. I know I can shoot.

“I want to be even more consistent. I’ve shot the ball well. But I feel I should’ve made more than I did. That’s how I’m always thinking. I guess that’s the way I’ve become more consistent is to always have that thought: ‘You’ve got to be better than this.’”

The University of Washington product is a huge success this year and is coming into his own as a player. The 3-point shot is as relevant as it's ever been and Holiday is making a wise choice to put in the time towards improving that aspect of his game.