Good Things Happen When Justin Holiday Plays

Although Justin Holiday has spent a majority of his time playing against other bench players, it’s still impressive that he holds an on/off court net rating difference of 4.5 points per 100 possessions. Good things happen when he plays.

His net rating in 19 minutes against the Celtics was a team leading 57.6 points per 100 possessions. He finished with a plus-minus rating of +23 and scored 13 points and grabbed five rebounds.

Brandon Jennings had a typical Brandon Jennings game. He was 3-7 from the field on 2-5 from three-point range in 27 minutes, logging 11 points. He dished out five assists to just one turnover and finished with the second highest net rating of 41.8.

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