Sacramento Kings

Name  Jimmer Fredette
Born  2/25/1989
Height  6-2
Weight  195
College  BYU
Home Town  Glen Falls, NY
High School  Glen Falls
11/2 @Golden State3210010110000
11/9 Portland19420003332010
11/19 Phoenix13311001130010
11/20 @Phoenix17832002221001
11/23 @LA Clippers4200200000001
11/24 @LA Lakers14521003311010
12/9 Dallas9210002200022
12/11 Utah111341411210010
12/13 @Phoenix5210000001011
12/15 Houston4210002200000
12/17 @Charlotte12411101121001
12/18 @Atlanta9941002210011
12/20 @Miami3000000000020
12/21 @Orlando5521001100000
12/23 New Orleans12941002221000
12/27 Miami11000001130110
12/29 @San Antonio11420011220020
12/31 @Houston131040200000011
1/2 Philadelphia161553213400130
1/4 Charlotte13210002220001
1/7 Portland11521001130011
1/10 Orlando121142100030010
1/12 Cleveland191353012330023
1/14 @Indiana20941004441010
1/15 @Minnesota6210000020010
1/17 @Memphis9311000010020
1/19 @Oklahoma City8000000000000
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1/24 Indiana9521000020031
1/26 Denver11731000020022
1/27 @Utah19840011221025
1/29 Memphis9420010140010
1/31 @Dallas6731000020012
2/3 Chicago101151001142021
2/5 Toronto15521000001011
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2/19 Golden State4310100000020
3/2 New York3210002200000
3/3 @Brooklyn2210000000000
3/11 San Antonio7521011210000
3/13 Houston3311000000002
3/28 Portland3311000000010
4/4 Milwaukee0000000000000
4/5 @Washington3000000000000
4/14 Orlando301771203320035
Season Total493273107401984452641434835
2011: Selected by Milwaukee in 1st round (10th overall) of the NBA Draft; Traded to Sacramento in a three-team trade, June 23rd...2014: Waived by Sacramento, Feb. 27th; Signed with Chicago for remainder of the season, Mar. 2nd...2014: Signed with New Orleans to a one-year deal worth $948,000.

2010-11 Mountain West Conference Player of the Year...Regarded as one of best players in college basketball in 2010-11...Averaged 28.9 ppg, 4.3 apg, and 3. rpg as a senior...Tremendous range and shooting ability will prove most enticing asset to NBA teams...Does not have size of an NBA-shooting guard...Dominated the ball at BYU, but was a score-first, pass-second player...Very good court vision and passing ability but must evolve mindset to become willing passer...Known to force shots...Nice touch and creativity around rim but lacks elite athleticism and finishing ability...Incredibly quick release...Overall, an incredible scorer, but is yet to be determined if game translates to the NBA...Shooting ability will provide him with a role, but must evolve as playmaker and passer to find consistent and significant minutes at the next level.

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