The Golden State Warriors are bringing in Jimmer Fredette for next month’s Las Vegas Summer League, giving the former BYU star another opportunity to make it in the NBA.
For fans of Fredette, a marriage with the Warriors has long been a dream scenario, with their wide-open style of play and reliance on the 3-point shot.
Fredette last played with the Phoenix Suns last season, finishing out the season essentially trying out for the Suns’ 2019-20 roster. He appeared in six games and averaged 3.7 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists.
On Monday, the Suns officially waived the team option they had for Fredette this season, allowing him to audition for the Warriors roster. While in Phoenix, he failed to convert on any of his 13 3-point attempts.
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