Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson turns in pair of huge dunks
Arizona sophomore Rondae Hollis-Jefferson might not have started Friday night against Mount St. Mary's, but it didn't take long for him to make an impact. Immediately upon checking into the game, Hollis-Jefferson jumped into the passing lane for a steal, then dribbled the basketball coast-to-coast for a huge one-handed dunk. But that was just the start of RHJ's evening.
Wildcats coach Sean Miller has a tendency to draw up alley-oop inbounds plays during timeouts and Mr. Hollis-Jefferson was on the receving end of this one in the second half, soaring above the defenders for a two-hand slam. T.J. McConnell threw a perfect pass towards the rim and Hollis-Jefferson finished the rest.
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Despite a few runs by the Mountaineers to cut it close, the Wildcats put away the 78-55 win. And this won't be the last time we hear from RHJ this season.