Oops, He Did It Again: Jimmer Fredette Goes Off For 47 Points In Win Over Utah

January 11th, 2011 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
This just in: Jimmer Fredette is good. He's really good.

Jimmer Fredette and the BYU Cougars took to the road against conference rival Utah Tuesday night, and instead of a tough battle on the court, fans watching the game witnessed a blow-out.

Fredette was absolutely on fire early on, capping a 53-42 half-time lead with a buzzer beater to send both teams into the locker rooms. He then went on to connect on 16-of-28 shot attempts (six from downtown), while scoring 47 points, two shy of his career high of 49.

This was vintage Fredette, scoring from all over the court, and even finding the time to get his teammates involved with six assists.

Fredette entered Tuesday night's matchup with 24.9 points per game, and with his 47-point explosion, he's now topped at least 30 points five times this season, with three of those performances coming in the past five games.

While NBA scouts likely continue to doubt Fredette's overall game and ability to transition to the NBA level, the BYU product continues to dazzle, putting on shooting displays seemingly every other game, and still pitching in double figures in scoring on his "off" game ...

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