March 7, 2018, 9:36 amRondae Hollis-JeffersonPF, Brooklyn Nets
Nets coach Kenny Atkinson could use Rondae Hollis-Jefferson off the bench to spark the second unit.
Atkinson had taken for granted that eventually he would reinsert RHJ into the starting lineup but with the recent play of DeMarre Carroll he is considering altering his plans. A groin injury sidelined Hollis-Jefferson for 11 games and since returning he has been getting minutes at the center position as the Nets coach continues to experiment with his rotations. RHJ will continue to play 25-30 minutes per night so owners should not really worry about it since a permanent move to the second unit won’t really affect his value.
Source: NY Post