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San Antonio Spurs guard Jimmer Fredette, right, drives against Sacramento Kings guard James Anderson during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday Oct. 8, 2015. The Kings won 95-92.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Jimmer Fredette's performance in the NBA Developmental League has him eying another NBA roster spot, according to Marc Sears of Yahoo Sports.

The former college basketball player of the year at BYU is reminding fans he's still got game with 23.7 points per game with the Westchester Knicks. Sears reported that Fredette's agent cited interest from NBA teams in picking up Fredette.

"Jimmer should be able to provide an offensive punch off the bench for an NBA team," an NBA scout told Sears. "His defense has improved, and he has become a better teammate."

After being selected 10th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft, Fredette played stints with four NBA teams before being waived by the San Antonio Spurs in November. Westchester promptly reacquired Fredette Nov. 28.

The full article can be found at Yahoo Sports.