How much of a future does Jimmer Fredette still have with the Kings? After the team inked Aaron Brooks to a two-year deal on Monday, one has to believe that Fredette's days in Sacramento could very well be numbered. Here's the thing: it remains unclear whether Fredette can be a capable point guard or shooting guard in the NBA, but on the Kings' current guard-heavy roster he no longer cracks the two-deeps at either spot. Brooks and Isaiah Thomas are ahead of him at the point, and Tyreke Evans, John Salmons and Marcus Thornton are surer bets at the off guard spot. If the Kings are in fact looking to deal Fredette, we have to believe Phoenix could be one of the teams that might be interested. The Suns considered Fredette on draft day in 2011, but settled on Markieff Morris when he, Klay Thompson and Alec Burks all came off the board right before them. They have some potential pieces they could swap, Morris being one of them, if they are in fact interested. This is all speculation here, but another team that may take a look -- if for no other reason to fill the seats -- is Utah. Fredette became a household name in his days at BYU and is a beloved figure in that state. The Jazz could conceivably find a spot for him in their guard rotation, whether it be at the 1 or the 2.