“Every single night I try to go out there and play the best that I can,” Jimmer Fredette said Saturday afternoon at the Ricoh Coliseum. “Not necessarily [for] validation, but just to show people, you know, I can play still.”
Fredette certainly did that in the NBA D-League All-Star Game, as the Westchester Knicks guard dropped a cool 35 points, setting a new scoring record for the game and winning the MVP Award as he lead the East to victory.
Source: Greg Lee of NBA D-League
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