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Morning links: Gobert and Hayward, all-star reserves? Is Jimmer the next Marbury in China?

Ben Golliver of Sports Illustrated’s the Crossover picked who he believes should be the all-star reserves, and Rudy Gobert made the list.

Of Gobert, Golliver wrote, “If any player in the West deserves to make his All-Star debut, it’s Gobert (12.4 PPG, 12.5 RPG, 2.6 BPG), Utah’s fantastic center. 197 more words

Jimmer Fredette tracker, CBA game 29: Fredette returns to action as Sharks crush Sturgeons

After missing a game with an ankle injury, Jimmer Fredette returned to the lineup and made some solid contributions as the Shanghai Sharks drilled the Fujian Sturgeons 119-93 on Friday night. 260 more words

How About Jimmer Fredette Averaging 38 Points a Game in China?!

To be honest, I did not read the majority of this article because I’m not a member of the exclusive ESPN Insider Club. But, how about my boy Jimmer Fredette averaging 38 points a game in China. 154 more words


Morning links: Jimmer Fredette called a 'Lonely God'; NBA power rankings; BYU-LSU football game highlighted

Mark W. Sanchez of the New York Post looked at the success former BYU guard Jimmer Fredette is having in China.

After talking about Fredette’s time in the NBA and D-League, Sanchez wrote, “The 27-year-old Fredette, whose love of the 3-pointer and aversion to defense always made him seem more useful in video games than real games, is putting up video-game numbers. 71 more words

Jimmer Fredette tracker, CBA game 28: Sharks get big win

Even without the services of leading scorer Jimmer Fredette, the Shanghai Sharks were able to come away with a 97-92 win over the Shanxi Brave Dragons on Sunday. 274 more words


Jimmer Fredette tracker, CBA game 27: Fredette suffers ankle injury in big win

Guerschon Yabusele turned up his offensive game after the loss of Jimmer Fredette to carry the Shanghai Sharks to the 100-96 come-from-behind win over the Liaoning Flying Leopards on Friday night. 327 more words

Jimmer Fredette is China's Biggest Basketball Star

Jimmer Fredette is a big, huge star again in China. Jimmer leads the Chinese Basketball Association in scoring with 38.4 points per game and won the league’s 3-point contest during halftime of the All-Star game this weekend. 137 more words