Rondae Hollis-Jefferson continued his strong play with one of his best all-around efforts of the season.
Hollis-Jefferson did a little of everything, leading the Brooklyn Nets in rebounding on the night while matching his season his with six assists (he also dropped six dimes in the Dec. 3 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder).
He also brought the ball up the floor and played some solid defense against All-Star point guard John Wall down the stretch after struggling a bit against Markieff Morris earlier in the fourth quarter.
RHJ has scored in double figures in three of the Nets’ last four wins and is averaging 12.3 points a game during that span, while shooting 42.2 percent (better than his 40.9 percent on the season).
Not even getting the bag could slow down the red-hot wave Spencer Dinwiddie has been riding the last three games.
Dinwiddie got to the rim basically at will and has scored 91 points in Brooklyn’s last three games — all victories — and has at least 25 points in each of those games.
It’s not every day a former second-round pick who had been waived out of the NBA twice signs a $34.3 million contract, so it was nice that Dinwiddie followed up the big day with another star-level performance.