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Saquan Stimpson, Cal Sport Media
BYU alum Jimmer Fredette (16) dribbles down court as Delaware 87ers guard Gary Talton (6) defends in the second half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game in 2015.

A video interview shows that Jimmer Fredette seems at home in China.

A reporter from China Global Television Network recently sat down with former BYU basketball star Jimmer Fredette to discuss his record-breaking play on the court, as well as his LDS faith and future with the Shanghai Sharks.

After discussing his 40-points a game average and what happened when he broke a scoring record held by Yao Ming, one segment of the interview showed Fredette making croissants with a Mormon family.

"There is a Mormon community here," Fredette said in the video. "It's great to be able to have that, to have people I know and can meet and have something in common with."

After asking Fredette about his future in basketball, the reporter concludes with a compliment.

"Well Jimmer Fredette, you are quite possibly the nicest man I have met in basketball," the reporter said in a British accent.

For the entire interview — five minutes and 33 seconds in length — watch here.