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Last year, star guard Jimmer Fredette towed the Sharks to the title as they beat the Kiefer Ravela-led Mighty Sports-Philippines in the Finals.
Source: Jimmer Fredette, former #10 overall NBA draftee, agreed to sign in China with Yao Ming owned Shanghai Sharks.
People familiar with the moves say the New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to contract terms with guard Jimmer Fredette and forward Darius Miller.
Jimmer Fredette is no longer at BYU to present a one-player problem for the opposing team, but Oregon still sees itself with a major challenge today when the Ducks take on the Cougars at the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City.
10 - Sacramento Kings (via Milwaukee)- Jimmer Fredette, PG BYU
BYU answered with a 3-pointer from Jimmer Fredette from the right wing to cut the lead to 63-60.
He brought that experience when he played overseas, before landing to the Asean Basketball League and helping the Westports Malaysia Dragons win a championship, while also tussling against former NBA player Jimmer Fredette with Mighty Sports in this year's Merlion Cup.
CHICAGO -- Signed G Jimmer Fredette for the remainder of the season.
BYU players initially were irritated for being taunted by the Lobos about needing basketball star Jimmer Fredette to come to their rescue.
Three free throws by Sharks' top gunner, former NBA player Jimmer Fredette, with no time remaining gave the Chinese squad the championship.