March 17, 2018, 11:24 pmRondae Hollis-JeffersonPF/SF, Brooklyn Nets
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson made his second straight start in Friday’s 114-106 win, scoring 23 points with five rebounds, four assists and a steal while shooting 9-for-16 in his 32 minutes.
Hollis-Jefferson seems likely to stick in the starting five going forward, so be sure he’s in your lineups and not on waivers. He was fairly disappointing last season but it turns out most people just jumped the gun on forecasting his breakout season. RHJ has been a top-100 player this year with career-highs in scoring, rebounds, assists and blocks. The move to power forward also helped him produce a field goal percentage of .474, easily eclipsing his previous best of .457 as he did more work closer to the bucket.