Chester's Rondae Jefferson came off the bench on Wednesday night to score nine points for the East All-Stars as they to the West, 110-99, in the McDonald's All-American Game in Chicago.
The senior forward bound for Arizona was the first Clippers player to ever be selected in the game. He grabbed a pair of rebounds and dished out two assists. Jefferson shot 4 for 10 from the field.
Aaron Gordon, his future teammate at Arizona, earned MVP honors as he poured in 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the West.
Up next for Jefferson is the Jordan Brand Classic on April 13 in Brooklyn and the Nike Hoops Summit on April 20 in Portland, Ore.