Spurs Sign Jimmer Fredette

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After suiting up for three teams over his first four NBA seasons, Jimmer Fredette is headed to San Antonio after the Spurs locked up the former BYU standout with a contract.

Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski added that Fredette is signing a “training camp deal.”

After the Sacramento Kings selected Fredette No. 10 overall in the 2011 draft, he went on to play two-and-a-half seasons in California’s capital before the team waived him in February 2014. The Chicago Bulls subsequently signed him in March 2014 to a rest-of-the-season deal, and he went on to sign a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans last summer.

In 50 appearances for the Pelicans, Fredette averaged just 3.6 points while shooting a career-worst 38.0 percent from the field and 18.8 percent from three.

Fredette can shoot the pumpkin, and with the stack Spurs already heavy download he should go a lot of open looks as teams try to double the big men.

Written by Nick Endress

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