Jimmer Fredette talks about journey to Westchester Knicks
Westchester Knicks guard Jimmer Fredette joined the show to talk about playing the D-League and more.
Fredette explained why it hasn’t worked out in the NBA for him yet: “The biggest thing for me is an opportunity to play consistent minutes. I’d play a couple games here and there, and then I’d sit for a few games. If I get that I think I can be a very productive player and help a team out.”
Fredette also talked about scoring 37 in his first game on the Westchester Knicks and meeting Floyd Mayweather, who was at the game.
Dan asked how many threes he could hit out of 100. Fredette said probably 80 to 85 – or more.