ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — Jimmer Fredette was an incredible offensive player in college at BYU — his senior season he led the nation in scoring and was named national player of the year. But there were real questions as to how his college scoring would translate into NBA playing time. After the Bucks drafted him 10th overall, the Kings traded for him, and thus far in his NBA career, his playing time has been sporadic at best.
But that hasn’t dulled his popularity. And according to this report from News 10 in Sacramento, when some local kids realized Jimmer lived down the street, they knocked on his door and asked him to come out and play. And what do you know, he did just that.
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