Danuel House is both an old and a new face for the Houston Rockets.

House played 25 games for Houston from the end of November to the middle of January before reaching his capacity of games on his two-way deal. He was sent back to the G League and returned last Friday. He logged his third game since his return during Tuesday’s win over Atlanta and spoke after the game about how much better he feels in his second act with the Rockets.

“Yeah, more confident. I’ve become a student of the game more. The coaching staff and players have poured a whole bunch of confidence in me,” House told Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.

Danuel House has earned that confidence by becoming a marksman from deep over his last three games. On Tuesday alone, he shot 6-for-11 from deep, finishing with 19 points, three rebounds and two assists. Since returning from the G League, he has shot 12-for-22 from long range.

Adding another dead-eye shooter to a club that loves shooters is a seemingly perfect fit. The Rockets seem content handing him a pile of minutes and letting him reap the benefits of playing alongside All-NBA guards James Harden and Chris Paul.

By betting on himself and turning down a three-year deal from Houston earlier in the season, House has set himself up to become a name that could make noise on the free agent market this offseason. The Rockets will retain the right to match any contract offer that he receives, as House will be a restricted free agent.