Jimmer Fredette will audition for another NBA team.
Reporter David Pick tweeted that Fredette will work out with the Minnesota Timberwolves with other free agents on Friday.
Recent Knicks guard Jimmer Fredette, I'm told, will attend free agent PG workout for the Twolves on June 17.— David Pick (@IAmDPick) June 14, 2016
Since being drafted out of BYU in 2011, Fredette has played short stints with the Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls, New Orleans Pelicans and New York Knicks. He also signed with the San Antonio Spurs in 2015, only to be released before the start of the season.
Fredette spent the bulk of last season in the D-League with the Westchester Knicks. He scored 21.1 points per game and was the MVP of the D-League all-star game with 35 points.
Kalani Purcell makes FIBA highlight
Basketball players will take assists where they can get them. Like off the backside of an opposing player.
BYU women's basketball player Kalani Purcell is playing for the New Zealand national team and bounced an inbound pass off a French defender to lead to an easy layup on Tuesday.
FIBA tweeted a video of the clever play.
Purcell and New Zealand lost 70-52 to France. New Zealand's next game in the Olympic qualifiers was against Cuba — a must-win in order to keep its Olympic hopes alive — but Purcell and the Tall Ferns fell 64-62 Wednesday morning, eliminating them from the qualifying tournament.
Kyle Collinsworth, Trey Lyles post photos with basketball icons
It's hard to imagine a combination of players BYU fans are more interested in.
Kyle Collinsworth, who is working out with NBA teams, posted an Instagram photo Tuesday with Milwaukee Bucks player Jabari Parker.
According to some, it's a photo of one of the best players to play for the Cougars and one of the best players to almost play for the Cougars. Not according to Parker.
Trey Lyles of the Utah Jazz posted a photo of more basketball significance. In the photo, he is posing with legendary NBA point guard Oscar Robertson.
The caption said, "With the Big O, 2 of IPS (Indianapolis public schools') finest."