Watching Kawhi the past 3 games, I think some of it is a lack of being aggressive, but I think it's more to do with the amount of touches he gets in scoring opportunities, in addition to taking what the defense is giving him when he does get the ball (he's not going to force something that's not there)... Pop is still not calling any plays for him, despite what was mentioned in pre-season about calling more plays for him. I've counted numerous occasions where he doesn't even touch the ball in any of the offensive sets that are run, but is relegated to the corners, which results in Kawhi not taking a shot in whole quarters. Getting about 25 minutes of pt/game doesn't help either
This game showed that it is still a process with Kawhi on the offensive end. If he wants to get where he wants to get, he needs to understand that he has to be aggressive every game. He can't take nights off on offense and be passive. But that will come with time as he figures out how best to attack on any given night.