February 26, 2018, 6:43 pmRondae Hollis-JeffersonPF, Brooklyn Nets
While both Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert will be back in action on Monday, they will be eased back into the rotation.
That means that both players will be getting less than their usual workload. LeVert has a fairly cloudy outlook the rest of the way, especially now that D’Angelo Russell has returned and is starting at shooting guard. It’ll limit LeVert’s access to minutes, so he’s looking like a low-end option at best unless the Nets start to move some pieces around in the rotation. RHJ should eventually return to the starting power forward job and round into top-100 form again but the Nets could choose to take it slow. At the very least he should be owned in all leagues, but might not need to be in starting lineups this week.
Source: Alex Labidou on Twitter