Associated Press
Jimmer Fredette, the Sacramento Kings first round draft pick, the 10th overall, in the NBA draft, held Thursday, holds his jersey up as Kings President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie, looks on during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Saturday, June 25, 2011. Fredette, a 6-2 guard from BYU, led the nation in scoring with a 28.9 points per game average in 2010-11.

Former BYU superstar Jimmer Fredette signed with the Sacramento Kings over the weekend. While terms of the deals were not disclosed, it is believed that Fredette will earn about $2 million in his first season with the Kings.

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On the first day of training camp, at least one of his teammates got Jimmered. But Fredette is experiencing plenty of ups and downs as a rookie so far, and his teammates made him hand out bottles of water and clean the floor.

Watch video of interviews Fredette did with the Sacramento media last weekend.

Turning to football, the Sporting News offers a preview of BYU's game against Tulsa in the Armed Forces Bowl and provides a prediction on the outcome.

The Tulsa World looks back on the last time the two teams met, in 2007, a 55-47 victory for the Golden Hurricane.