Jimmer Fredette Scores Again
Draft class: 2011
Untrue commentary: "The Kings' starting point was Beno Udrih, and Fredette has the ability to be much better. He's a great shooter, and he's tough. I think it's a really good pick." -Chad Ford
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The year the Kings drafted Jimmer Fredette, Beno Udrih had just finished off the best season of his career, averaging a solid 14.7 points per game, 4.7 assists, and 50 percent shooting. Two seasons into his NBA career, it doesn't appear as if Jimmer's ever going to sniff those kinds of numbers. With career marks of 7.4 points per game and a 1.5 to one assist to turnover ratio, he's been bad.