Jimmer Fredette Brings More Questions Than Answers to the Kings Offense

August 13th, 2011 by Bryant West Leave a reply »
Jimmer Fredette brought something to Sacramento upon draft day that the Kings hasn’t had in years: a true “star.” Not since Chris Webber has a King so captured the fans' attention and adoration. And this is before he even played a game.

What he didn’t bring was answers.

Fans and experts hailed him as a perfect complement to the Kings current roster, but in reality he just makes it all that much more complicated.

Jimmer hardly will be the seamless fit that many seem to think he will be...and until the Kings figure out what they’re going to do with all their players, don’t expect Sacramento’s offense to get any prettier.

The Kings had enough questions surrounding their offense without adding Jimmer. Guard Tyreke Evans proved his rookie year he could be a top talent in the league but struggled last year to improve his jump shot and was plagued by injuries (plantar fasciitis and ankle issues).

Center DeMarcus Cousins showed flashes of brilliance in his post game, but was increasingly ball-dominant as the season moved on. And shooting guard Marcus Thornton, brought over from New Orleans ...

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