A month ago, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson strained his right groin during a blowout loss in Milwaukee against the Bucks, and since then the Brooklyn Nets have been in a significant tailspin.
The Nets will get good news Monday when Hollis-Jefferson is expected to return from missing 12 games against the Chicago Bulls at Barclays Center.
Like most players coming back from injury, Hollis-Jefferson's return will be gradual, meaning he won't start and his minutes will be managed but considering what the Nets have looked like without him, they'll take any contribution from him.
"Being whole is key," Nets coach Kenny Atkinson told reporters after practice Saturday. "That's what's going to get us moving back in the right direction." >> Read more
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