Former Arizona Wildcat Rondae Hollis-Jefferson isn’t known for his offense. He averaged 5.8 points per game as a rookie with the Brooklyn Nets last season and is putting in 7.0 points per game this year.
At Arizona, he was known for his spider-like defensive skills, although he was third on the team in scoring as a sophomore, averaging 11.2 points per game on a balanced team that came up just short of the Final Four.
This season, he entered Thursday night’s game shooting just 32.9 percent.
But he did do this. And when you can do this, your shooting percentage is going to go up …
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