August 9, 2018, 1:12 amRondae Hollis-JeffersonF, Brooklyn Nets
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has been diagnosed with a left adductor strain.
He sustained the injury in a charity game last week. Groin injuries like this can linger for up to a month and a number of players dealt with them last season. Hollis-Jefferson will begin rehab immediately and should be good for the start of the season, if not training camp too, though if it's severe enough it should mean added work for guys like DeMarre Carroll and Kenneth Faried early in the year. For now we're not changing RHJ's outlook. The Nets should have more info in the coming days.
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