Found August 21, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
When the NBA offseason reaches this time of the year -- somewhere stuck between late free agent signings and the anticipation of the start of training camp  -- trade rumors start swirling around and leaving debris of speculation in its wake. We officially have touch down in Sacramento with a number of reports involving Jimmer Fredette. Apparently Fredette’s future with the Kings is up in the air and appears, as of now, that while the organization is not pushing to trade the former 2011 National Player of the Year, they are eager to pick up the phone when teams around the league make the call and inquire about his availability. Clearly the situation in Sacramento is not ideal as the organization spent the majority of last season juggling Fredette between running the point and positioning him as a straight-shooter, resulting in a very up and down season for both Jimmer and the Kings in general. And while the extreme Kings make-over of new ownership, the front office and coach...
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