Jimmer Fredette

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Jimmer Fredette buyout in works by Sacramento Kings

26 February 2014 | 11:23 am Jimmermania began in Sacramento with hundreds of fans gathered at the airport to cheer the arrival of a player most had only watched on television or read about during the NCAA tournament. http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/sports&id=9445629&rss=rss-wls-article-9445629

Sacramento Kings, Jimmer Fredette Working On Contract Buyout

25 February 2014 | 11:36 pm Kings general manager Pete D'Alessandro told reporters at the team's morning shootaround Tuesday that he was approached by Fredette's representatives about a buyout. Fredette would be a free agent if he clears waivers. http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2014/02/25/report-kings-working-to-buy-out-fredette/

Brad Rock: Jimmer Fredette still a situational player, says NBA source

25 February 2014 | 10:03 pm A buyout and free agency could give Fredette a fresh start with the right team. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865597358/Brad-Rock-Jimmer-Fredette-still-a-situational-player-says-NBA-source.html

Should The Sixers Sign Jimmer Fredette? – Liberty Ballers

25 February 2014 | 10:28 pm But there is one man set to become a free agent that could make all of this pain and suffering worth it: Jimmer Fredette. Multiple media outlets are reporting that the Sacramento Kings will be buying out Fredette, which could  http://www.libertyballers.com/2014/2/25/5447124/sixers-rumors-jimmer-fredette

NBA Buyout Rumors: New York Knicks interested in signing Jimmer …

25 February 2014 | 8:45 pm Nov 20, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette (7) runs on the court against the Phoenix Suns in the first half at US Airways Cente. http://fansided.com/2014/02/25/nba-buyout-rumors-new-york-knicks-signing-jimmer-fredette/

On Jimmer Fredette and Unfulfilled Promise – Sactown Royalty

25 February 2014 | 7:09 pm With Jimmer Fredette's time as a King coming to a close, we look back at what was and what wasn't. http://www.sactownroyalty.com/2014/2/25/5446428/jimmer-fredette-buyout


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9 Responses to Jimmer Fredette

  • Tweet says:

    Should The Bulls Trade For Jimmer Fredette? Alright he measured at 6-0 3/4, so he’s closer to 6-1 than 6-2 but he is a very good 3 point shooter and can learn how to play defense under Thibs.
    he’s 6-2 with shoes on though

  • Vance says:

    Who Is The Most Boring Athlete In America? Drew Brees
    Aaron Rodgers
    Peyton Manning
    Lance Armstrong

    Who is the most boring? The athlete has to be well known….
    btw: my vote goes to Aaron Rodgers, but that’s just me.
    I forgot TIM DUNCAN….

    How on earth did I forget the expressionless Tim Duncan? LOL.

    • Curator says:

      Here are my top five for the most boring athletes.

      5. Jim Thome, Baltimore Orioles
      MLB’s 500 home run club has been diluted and polluted by the steroid era. That is why when then-White Sox DH Jim Thome, refreshingly steroid-free, hit his 500th career home run against the Angels in 2007, it was certainly a cause for celebration.

      As a long-time casual baseball fan, my reaction to the historic moment was something along the lines of, “Yay! Wait…who?”

      Despite Thome’s impressive career that spanned 16 years at the time (21 now), somehow I had remained completely unaware of his existence on this planet.

      Thome may have been invisible before 2007, but his 500th home run assured him a permanent place in baseball history alongside all-time greats such as Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Ted Williams and Willie Mays.

      4.Ray Allen, Miami Heat
      There is no questioning Ray Allen’s greatness on the court. He’s a 10-time All-Star, the NBA’s all-time leader in three-pointers and has been one of the league’s more dominant players for more than a decade.

      So how come he’s so boring?

      Maybe it’s because he’s played alongside Kevin Garnett, Shaquille O’Neal, Rajon Rondo and Paul Pierce in recent years—not exactly wallflowers—and was overshadowed by their sizable personalities.

      When it was announced that Allen was departing Boston for Miami, it felt anti-climactic. He may have been routinely overshadowed with the Celtics, but now a 37-year-old playing with the Heat’s “Big Three,” Allen is going to be an afterthought.

      Or maybe it’s because many of us expect him to live up to the persona of Jesus Shuttlesworth, the character he made famous in the Spike Lee film He Got Game. Obviously that not very fair to Allen, but there’s no question he looks boring as hell by comparison.

      3.Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers
      Is there any starting quarterback in the NFL whose name is more likely to elicit a “meh” and a shoulder shrug than the 49ers’ Alex Smith?

      Despite a solid season under first-year coach Jim Harbaugh and a trip to the NFC Championship Game that left them just a play or two away from the Super Bowl, the Alex Smith bandwagon remains sparsely populated.

      Until the 2012 season, Smith, a former No. 1 draft pick out of Utah, had been regarded as one of the biggest draft busts of the decade. However, opinions on Smith largely have been shaped by the success Aaron Rodgers, the only other quarterback selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft whom the Packers got for a steal 23 spots after Smith.

      Like Ryan Leaf and Peyton Manning, Alex Smith and Aaron Rodgers will always be linked, and barring some kind of miracle, Smith always will be thought of as a “game manager.”

      And today, it doesn’t get much more boring than “game manager” in the high-flying, pass-happy NFL.

      2. Jimmer Fredette, Sacramento Kings
      Former BYU standout star Jimmer Fredette was one of the most buzzed-about players of the 2011 NBA Draft. To say that he didn’t live up to that buzz in his rookie season with the Kings would be quite the understatement.

      All the Jimmermania and Fredette Fever in the world won’t change the fact that he finished the season as the Kings’ third-sting point guard.

      1.Deion Branch, New England Patriots
      When Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch left New England in search of greener pastures (the green I’m referring to is money) in 2006, he was coming off the best season of his career to date and had developed into one of quarterback Tom Brady’s favorite targets.

      Branch was traded to Seattle and eventually benefited from one of those insanely bloated contracts the Seahawks were all too eager to bestow on any mediocre wideout who would have them in the pre-Pete Carroll era. Branch was serviceable at best as a Seahawk for a little more than four seasons and, once again, made the Patriots look brilliant for not caving to salary demands.

      Players in New England are often called “a product of the system,” essentially saying they are overachieving cogs in a machine designed, built and run by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

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