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The Case of Jimmer Fredette

Three years ago, Jimmer Fredette took BYU and the national stage by storm. He was a sensation that so many kids looked up to. He was the face of college basketball. Three years later, he is a bench player averaging 7 points a game.This probably makes you think, what happened. Some people might blame it because of his defense or his lack of knowledge on the court sometimes. The real reason, however, is Keith Smart. Even if you don't like Jimmer, you still have to say that Smart gave Jimmer a crappy time on the bench this year. This makes no sense. His plus/ minus was around +6. He averaged around 17 points per 36 minutes and everytime he went in, all the crowd wanted him to do was shoot. He enlightened the teams energy along with Isaiah Thomas. Its ridiculous. I remember watching numerous times when Jimmer got 10+ points in the second quarter and he didnt play for the rest of the game. Before everyone starts hating on Jimmer, just think about the oppurtunity he had with Keith Smart. He deserves a new beginning with a new coach.

(This is a FanPost from a member of the Sactown Royalty community. The views expressed come from the member, and not Sactown Royalty staff.)

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