Jimmer Fredette captivated us when he was dominating college teams back in 2011 at BYU, which led him to become the National Player of the Year and a first round pick in the NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings.
Well, his five-year NBA career never panned out to much success, but now he's overseas in China making plays and scoring a ton of points.
Fredette signed with the Shanghai Sharks this summer, and in 20 games this season, he's putting up video game-type numbers.
Update on Jimmer Fredette in China: 39 PTS, 9.3 REB, 5 AST, 2.1 STL, 49.8 FG%, 41 3P%, 92.3 FT%, 31.9 PER. His team's 18-2.— Andy Bailey (@AndrewDBailey) December 23, 2016
The 27-year-old scoring machine is doing a little bit of everything, and his heroic efforts has led his team to an 18-2 record and considered one of the best teams in the Chinese Basketball Association.
Jimmer may never get another chance in the NBA, but he'll go down as a legend over in China. So he's got that going for him!