Hollis-Jefferson agreed to a one-year contract with the Raptors on Sunday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Hollis-Jefferson became a free agent in mid-June after the Nets failed to make a qualifying offer, and he's now found a new home with the Raptors. He took a step back during the 2018-2019 campaign, averaging 8.9 points along with 5.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists over 59 contests, but a change of scenery could be just what the 6-7 forward needs to get back on track.
The Nets declined to extend Hollis-Jefferson a qualifying offer, making him an unrestricted free agent this offseason, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The 23rd overall pick in the 2015 Draft, Hollis-Jefferson looked to be turning into a key piece of the Nets' future core, but his development stalled in 2018-19. as he appeared in just 59 games and averaged 8.9 points on a career-worst 41.1 percent from the field. Hollis-Jefferson's lack of shooting range (career 22.3% 3PT) is a major concern, but he's an extremely versatile defender at 6-foot-7 and should draw a fair amount of interest on the free agency market come July. With Hollis-Jefferson off the books, the Nets currently have roughly $46 million in cap space.
Hollis-Jefferson tallied 21 points (9-13 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-5 FT), two rebounds, an assist and two blocks over 15 minutes Tuesday in Game 5 against the Sixers.
Hollis-Jefferson was one of the only Nets to find success in Game 5, and Philadelphia was able to close out the series with a 122-100 victory. The 24-year-old forward finished in double figures three times during the postseason and averaged 13.3 points over four games.
Hollis-Jefferson accumulated 19 points (7-14 FG, 5-7 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and a steal across 26 minutes during Thursday's loss to Philadelphia.
After a pair of DNP-CD's, Hollis-Jefferson returned to the lineup and produced his third double-double of the season. Despite the solid performance, Hollis-Jefferson's seen the floor in just four of the past 10 games and appears to be on the fringes of the rotation. Given his increasingly limited role, the fourth-year forward can't be relied upon for consistent production.
Hollis-Jefferson ended with 14 points (6-7 FG, 2-3 FT), five rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one block in 17 minutes during Tuesday's 123-121 victory over the Kings.
Hollis-Jefferson hit the game-winning basket with just 0.8 seconds left on the clock, capping off a remarkable comeback by the Nets. They were able to erase a 28-point deficit on the back of some amazing shooting by D'Angelo Russell who finished with a career-high 44 points. Hollis-Jefferson has been in and out of the rotation since the All-Star break and while this performance was nice, we would need to see it again before considering him in standard formats.
Hollis-Jefferson practiced with the Nets' G League affiliate Thursday, Ben Nadeau of Basketball Insiders reports.
Hollis-Jefferson picked up a pair of DNP-CDs on Feb. 23 and 25, but he returned to the rotation Wednesday night against Washington, playing 16 minutes off the bench. He'll practice with Long Island on Thursday, however, and the assignment doesn't appear to be injury-related. Where Hollis-Jefferson fits in the rotation going forward will be something to monitor.
Hollis-Jefferson will come off the bench Thursday against the Trail Blazers, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.
Coach Kenny Atkinson will opt to give Treveon Graham the nod at power forward, sending Hollis-Jefferson to the bench after he started the Nets' final game before the break. As a reserve this season, Hollis-Jefferson is averaging 7.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 19.0 minutes.
Hollis-Jefferson totaled 17 points (7-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), five rebounds and a steal over 29 minutes in the Nets' triple overtime win over the Cavaliers on Wednesday.
Hollis Jefferson had a solid performance in his return to the starting lineup, chipping in 17 points in the win. He's been effective scoring, rebounding and assisting when given starting opportunities, and he may be in line for an extended role moving forward.
Hollis-Jefferson will start Wednesday against the Cavaliers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Hollis-Jefferson will start for the first time since Jan. 28 against the Celtics. In 20 previous starts overall, he's averaging 10.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists across 26.7 minutes.
Hollis-Jefferson compiled 15 points (6-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-5 FT), two rebounds and one assist in 20 minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 135-130 win over the Nuggets.
The 15 points nearly matched Hollis-Jefferson's output (17) from the past three games combined. With Hollis-Jefferson having cleared 25 minutes just once since returning Jan. 16 from a seven-game absence due to a groin injury, he's probably a better fit for deeper leagues at this juncture than in anything shallower than 12-team formats.
Hollis-Jefferson had six points (2-4 FG, 2-4 FT), six rebounds, and two assists in 18 minutes during Thursday's 117-114 loss to the Spurs.
Hollis-Jefferson saw the lowest minute total among the nine Nets who saw the floor in this one, and his three-game streak of double-digit scoring was snapped. Hollis-Jefferson remains highly inconsistent in terms of his statistical contributions and his role, which coupled with his inefficient shooting percentages limits his value to deeper leagues.
Hollis-Jefferson is starting Monday against the Celtics, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Hollis-Jefferson had to get stitches following a head-to-head collision over the weekend, but he's been cleared to play Monday. He'll join the starting lineup in place of the injured Treveon Graham (back). Across 19 starts this season, Hollis-Jefferson is averaging 10.7 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists across 26.7 minutes.
Hollis-Jefferson (shoulder) will play Friday against the Knicks, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Hollis-Jefferson is dealing with a strained left shoulder, but the injury won't prevent him from taking the court. He has yet to crack 15 minutes in the four games since he's returned from a groin injury.
Hollis-Jefferson has been diagnosed with a left shoulder strain and is questionable for Friday's contest against the Knicks.
Hollis-Jefferson left Wednesday's game against the Magic due to the injury, though he may be able to play Friday. More information may arrive following the team's morning shootaround.
Hollis-Jefferson (shoulder) won't return to Wednesday's game against the Magic.
Hollis-Jefferson had two points, a rebound and a steal prior to leaving in the first half Wednesday due to a strained left shoulder. The severity of the injury is unclear, but if Hollis-Jefferson should miss any time, look for DeMarre Carroll to get a boost in minutes.
Hollis-Jefferson (groin) played only seven minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 145-142 overtime victory over the Rockets, finishing with three points (1-3 FG, 1-1 FT) and four rebounds.
As was reported prior to the contest, Hollis-Jefferson was on a strict minutes limit in his return from a seven-game absence due to the strained groin. He'll likely have his playing time monitored carefully for the next couple of games, so the forward probably won't warrant an immediate activation for fantasy managers who had been stashing him while he was dealing with the injury. Once back to full strength, Hollis-Jefferson should step back into a starting role at power forward, which may hurt the respective values of DeMarre Carroll, Rodions Kurucs and Treveon Graham to some extent.
Hollis-Jefferson is on an undisclosed minutes limit Wednesday, Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston reports.
Hollis-Jefferson will be on a minutes limit Wednesday although coach Kenny Atkinson wouldn't disclose the exact amount he'll be able to play. This was an expected move as Hollis-Jefferson has missed the past seven games with a strained groin. As long as the minutes limit lasts, Demarre Carroll should continue to see extra run.
Hollis-Jefferson (groin) will be on an undisclosed minutes limit Wednesday against the Rockets, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Hollis-Jefferson will take the court for the first time since Dec. 29. However, coach Kenny Atkinson will opt to bring the forward along slowly. As a result, Hollis-Jefferson is a risky DFS option.
Hollis-Jefferson (groin) is listed as available for Wednesday's tilt with the Rockets, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
As expected, Hollis-Jefferson has been made available to play Wednesday. It will mark his first appearance since he strained his groin on December 29th. Expect the Nets to closely monitor Hollis-Jefferson's playing time so as to not aggravate the issue.
Hollis-Jefferson (groin) is probable for Wednesday's game against the Rockets, Ben Nadeau of Basketball Insiders reports.
It was revealed earlier in the week that Hollis-Jefferson was targeting a Wednesday return, and he has a good chance to make that happen after being listed as probable on Brooklyn's injury report. He's missed seven straight contests due to a groin strain, although that streak should come to an end in Houston. Expect the Nets to monitor Hollis-Jefferson's minutes closely in an effort to prevent further issue.
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