Sam Amick: Jimmer's future unclear after Kings add another point guard to the mix
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jul 17, 2012
Jimmer Fredette was Jimmer Fredette again Monday night, burying jumpers and runners and generally looking like the scoring machine that created so much hype back in his halcyon days at BYU. Fredette insisted that he didn't play with any added motivation because of the team's decision to add another point guard to the mix, even if it does put him behind Brooks and Isaiah Thomas entering next season and qualify as the latest setback to an already frustrating start to his career. But all is not well for the second-year Kings guard, even with the 30-point outing he unleashed in a summer league game against the Rockets at UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center. Petrie, whose team has missed the playoffs for six straight seasons and finished 22-44 last season, said he was looking to improve Sacramento's personnel no matter the roster ripple effect.