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, The NBA Draft takes place this evening and there is no more polarizing figure than BYU's Jimmer Fredette. The nation's leading scorer this past season, he led the Cougars to the Sweet 16 and earned first team All-American honors as well as some national player of the year awards. But for some, this isn't enough. "The Jimmer" has to be an all-timer in their minds. He has to score more than Larry Bird and change the game like Pistol Pete. Folks, it is time to just let Jimmer be who he is going to be.
The last player at BYU who had these types of numbers was Danny Ainge, who went on to play in over 1,000 NBA games, score just under 12,000 points and win two NBA titles. His stint as General Manager of the Boston Celtics has netted him one more title for Beantown. If we are just talking about the facts, wouldn't half of that be considered an impressive career?
Fredette is faster, more athletic and battles like a Pittsburgh steel worker. He can shoot from Kansas and has more clever moves than five beer league (or church league) veterans.
He also takes 40-foot jump shots ten seconds into the shot clock and had the green light to shoot 40 of them in Provo. There are some who say he is the next Steve Nash. Others say he's the next Adam Morrison. Morrison had a similar career arch and has flamed out sitting on the Laker bench with less than 1,200 career points while shooting 37 percent. Nash? Well, two MVPs and stellar basketball smarts have him playing well at age 37.
But the NBA goes in cycles. Once upon a time you needed a dominating center, or a pack of hungry dogs who destroyed the other team's divas. Right now it is a point-guard driven league. The champion Mavericks wouldn't even have gotten past the Lakers if not for the emergence of J.J. Berea. Dwayne Wade, orlistat australia, Orlistat online review, Derrick Rose, Rajon Rondo, find orlistat no prescription required, Orlistat without a prescription, Russell Westbrook and Joe Johnson. These guys all play guard for the teams that were among the teams left standing.
Can Jimmer hang with these guys? I honestly don't know.
I suppose the point is that we are focusing on the wrong parts of this guy's personality. We should focus less on his scoring average and his bullfighter (Ole!) defense and focus more on his will and his work ethic. These two things say he will have a productive NBA career, if not a legendary one.
If the Utah Jazz are lucky, buy orlistat in us, Lowest price orlistat, somebody else will will take the Jimmer sword out of their hands. With the #3 and the #12 picks. Kevin O'Conner could very well end up the goat of this story. If they select Fredette with a lottery pick and he's not able to succeed, discount orlistat without prescription, Real orlistat without prescription, it's a huge waste. If they don't pick him and he turns into an All-Star, that's even worse. To me, cheap orlistat in usa, Find discount orlistat online, it is always better to swing the sword than fall upon it.
To me, the Jazz need to take the same mentality that I suggest for Jimmer supporters. It is time to just let the guy play ball. What will be, orlistat rx, Orlistat cheap drug, will be. There's got to be a lot of hard work and some good luck to make it in today's NBA and with a guy who evokes so many opinions both positive and negative, it's time to just enjoy the show.