It's the same old problems for the Black Caps following their nine wicket loss in the opening test against the West Indies in Antigua.
New Zealand has batsmen have only made it into triple figures once in the last eight test innings.
Captain Ross Taylor is starting to lose his patience in the changing room.
"There's only so much you can say, and you can't really repeat yourself too much but we're trying. We tried to do it today but we've got another opportunity in the next game to get three figures."
Fast bowler Kemar Roach managed five New Zealand scalps, to help his side to a nine wicket victory.
Taylor says his bowlers could learn a lot from Roach's performance.
"Bowling wicket to wicket, I think that's something that we need to do in the ... second innings in the second game, bowl and attack the stumps, obviously taking our catches as well."
Taylor says the failed to build on their healthy start.
"Losing two wickets, obviously myself, Kane (Williamson) and Dean (Brownlie)'s wickets were key. Everyone got a start in most of the games, we just lost our way and lost momentum."
New Zealand were bowled out for 272, with the West Indies reaching their target of 102 with the loss of just one wicket.
The second test gets underway in Kingston on Friday.