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The Sacramento Kings have elected not to pick up their 14-15 option on Jimmer Fredette.
Fredette would have been due $3.1 million if the Kings exercised the option.
Fredette was the No. 10 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft ahead of Klay Thompson, Kawhi Leonard and Iman Shumpert.
Fredette will become an unrestricted free agent in July.
The Sacramento Kings have received trade interest from approximately six teams on Jimmer Fredette.
The Utah Jazz are not known to be among the group of teams interested in Fredette.
The Kings declined their $3.1 million option on Fredette's contract for the 14-15 season on Thursday.
Jimmer just hasn't lived up to hype surrounding him out of college, when he was a lights-out sharpshooter at BYU that was making SportsCenter's Top Ten routinely
In a relatively predictable move, the Sacramento Kings have declined the option on swingman Jimmer Fredette's current contract, making him an unrestricted free agent at season's end.
The NBA career of former college sensation Jimmer Fredette took another turn for the worse Thursday, when, according to a person with knowledge of the situation, the Sacramento Kings informed him they would not exercise the 2014-15 team option that would have paid him $3.1 million for that season.
The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because the decision...
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What was supposed to a solid NBA career for Jimmer Fredette is slowly disintegrating into the label of ultimate bust.
Sam Amick of USA Today is reporting that the Kings have decline to pick up their team for next season, and will allow the disgruntled guard to become a free agent.
On deadline day, I’m told the Kings have informed Jimmer Fredette of their decision not to pick...
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In a wide-ranging interview with a local news station, Cousins expressed his feelings...
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New ownership has rejuvenated the Sacramento Kings, and DeMarcus Cousins wants to continue doing his part on the court.
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The Kings (1-0) are still in Sacramento thanks to an ownership group led by Vivek Ranadive, who bought a controlling...
Don’t worry folks: this isn’t going from some BYU honk who wants Jimmer on the Jazz more than anything. I’m going to start off with that caveat.
But with today’s announcement that the Sacramento Kings would not be picking up the option on Jimmer Fredette’ s final year of his contract, it’s worth looking ahead to identify some teams and systems that would be a nice...