He joined the NBA D-League this season at a competitive disadvantage, coming out of Oklahoma Wesleyan in the NAIA. Matters got worse when he suffered a freak back injury during a game last season that could have ended his career, if not his ability to walk again. But it's Rojas' relentless hard work that gets people talking about him. He has not only recovered from his injury, he's actually playing better. The swingman has gone from averaging 5.9 points in 17.7 minutes per game last season to 8.7 points in 22.3 minutes this season, to go along with 5.9 rebounds and 1.2 steals, making him one of the league's most efficient players.
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