Jimmer Fredette

BYU Cougars #32 - Guard

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 195

USF Basketball To Play Kentucky In 2015


USF will face Kentucky at American Airlines Arena in Miami, to tip off the 2015-16 season.

Last Shot for Jimmer?

Former BYU Basketball star, Jimmer Fredette, signed a one-year contract with the New Orleans yesterday. Is this Jimmer's last shot to prove himself in the NBA?

Will #hawsteria hit Cougar Nation next season?

A few years ago, BYU fans were completely taken with Jimmermania. Now #hawsteria isn't a question of if, it's a question of when.

Top 10 Favorite BYU Sports Moments (Part 2)


Cougar fans it's time for part 2 of Jon's Top Ten BYU Sports Moments...and don't worry BYU basketball fans, you weren't left out this time around.

Cinderella Watch: In March, BYU Likely to Score

You may have seen the Cougars on TV during their high-profile non-conference slate. You may have forgot about them because they lost a lot of those games. It's time to get reacquainted with this...

Is Tyler better than Jimmer?

People have it set in their minds that Jimmer is the best BYU basketball player ever, or since Ainge, but is Haws even better? Take a look at these shocking stats and you decide.

Jay Wright: McDermott is the NCAA's best

Villanova head coach Jay Wright thinks the best player in the NCAA is Doug McDermott

BYU steals and assist leader Matt Carlino

Matt Carlino is having a great season, leading the Cougars in both assists and steals.

BYU Basketball's all-time starting five


There have been a lot of great players in the history of BYU Basketball, but only five could make our all-time starting lineup.

Fiery Coach Dave Rose of BYU speaks on kindness.

As a cancer survivor, Dave Rose has learned that kindness is a choice. Many people showed kindness to Dave Rose and his family while he battled cancer. When you live a life of kindness, it's also...

BYU elite at turning players into NBA prospects

According to research at Emory University, BYU is one of the best schools in the country at turning recruits into draftable, NBA prospects.

BYU Basketball Season Review: The Carlino Conundrum


BYU Basketball Season Review: Matt Carlino had an up-and-down freshman season, but his potential is likely to carry him to great heights over the next three seasons.

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