Jimmer Fredette needs one other shot on the NBA | NBA


Former BYU standout Jimmer Fredette is killing it in China, however he needs one other shot on the NBA.

Fredette is averaging 38 factors per sport for the Shanghai Sharks this season, and he believes he can nonetheless make his mark on the sport’s largest stage.

“I wish to have one other alternative within the NBA as a result of there’s some unfinished enterprise for me there. After this season is over, I would like one other NBA likelihood. This time, I’ll succeed,” Fredette stated, (by way of Hoops Hype). “I really feel actually good about how I’m enjoying. I do know that if I get an opportunity, I’ll reap the benefits of it and achieve success and assist a staff win.”

Fredette averaged 28.9 factors in his senior season at BYU, which led the NCAA in scoring. The 6-foot-2 capturing guard was attention-grabbing sufficient to be drafted by the Bucks with the 10th choose within the 2011 NBA Draft however was traded to the Kings shortly after.

Being a quantity shooter is his commerce, however he bounced round to the Bulls, Pelicans and Knicks earlier than making his exit from the NBA. He was by no means in a position to carve out a definite function, and his most notable season was his rookie yr, when he averaged 7.6 factors in 18.6 minutes for Sacramento.

Shooters shoot, and Fredette, 29, shot his method to Chinese language Basketball Affiliation MVP honors in 2017. He lately scored 75 factors in a sport, which beat his earlier profession excessive of 73. He nonetheless has loads of basketball forward of him and numerous NBA groups might make use of the precious spark he can present offensively.

All in all, Fredette needs to carry his constructive perspective and a profitable mentality to an NBA franchise.

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