Jimmer Fredette, currently playing with your Phoenix Suns, got a standing ovation Monday when he checked in to the match from the Jazz in Utah.

Fredette is a home favorite in Utah, in which was the National Player of the Season in BYU in 2010-11.

He even signed a contract with the Suns on Friday and played at Saturday’s match against Sacramento, going scoreless in five minutes of play in a 112-103 loss.

Fredette played with the past three seasons in the British Association. Back in November, he also scored 75 points to the Shanghai Sharks in a reduction to Beikong. Fredette, 30, was the 10th overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft. The Milwaukee Bucks chose him traded his rights into the Sacramento Kings.

The Suns would be the fifth NBA stop for Fredette, who last played to the Ny Knicks during the 2015-16 season.

In five NBA seasons, Fredette has averaged 6.0 points and 1.4 assists per match.

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