Jimmer Goes Back to Basics


In his rookie season, Jimmer Fredette faced criticism about his lack of defense, inability to run the offense and poor performance from the field -- he finished the season shooting 38.6 percent from the floor.

"Obviously you don't want to come in and have an up-and-down year," he said. "But you just roll with the punches and keep improving."

And improve is exactly what he's done in this, his second season in the league.

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