Just to throw out some numbers, Paul's shooting 39.4% from the floor this season, below his career average of 44.8%. So, yes, in a bit of a shooting slump, that is a below average figure.
He is shooting 44.8% from 3-point land. His career average is 36.9, and he has never topped 42% for a season. That is pretty good 3-point shooting. He is shooting well from the line, too, which gives him a true shooting percentage of 54.7%, which is above average. SO the shooting slump is not effecting his scoring overly much (in fact, at 20.8ppg, it is his best since before the Big 3 came together).
His PPS is 1.33, which is above average (and, as mentioned, better than Carmelo Anthony at the moment).
He is making 10.3 free throw attempts per game. So he is getting to the line a lot. This is also his best since 2006-7.
He is also averaging 6.8 rebounds per game. That is a career high.
3.3 assists per game is low for him (career 3.
, but still not bad for a SF.
He is also racking up a decent number of steals, and avoiding turnovers.
All in all, despite the shooting slump, he is still playing pretty danged good. Gotta hand it to the Capt, he gets it done one way or another.