Brooklyn Nets youngster Rondae Hollis-Jefferson just isn’t a serious defensive stopper, he can also sing hit songs from kids movies.
Is there anything better than a legit defensive stopper in the NBA? No.
Is there anything better than a hit song from a kids movie? No.
This is why Brooklyn Nets youngster Rondae Hollis-Jefferson singing “Let It Go” from the kids movie Frozen is just the tops.
Check out the following video. It’s an exclusive of YES Network, the TV home for the Nets. While interview Hollis-Jefferson for the Nets preseason opener against the Detroit Pistons at Barclays Center on Thursday night, Hollis-Jefferson decided to sing Elsa’s favorite sone on camera:
Must-watch video: The @BrooklynNets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson sings "Let It Go." pic.twitter.com/nKKyz0TVOJ
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Obviously, off the bat, Rondae was pretty timid with his singing. But that simply can’t be held against him. This was an outrageously awesome rendition of the hit song.
As far as the actual game was concerned, Brooklyn came away with a 101-94 win. Jeremy Lin paved the way with 21 points.