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The Shanghai Sharks Jimmer Fredette, left, drives by the Houston Rockets Clint Cappella, right, in the first half of an NBA basketball exhibition game Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, in Houston. (AP Photo/George Bridges)

From Glen Falls, New York, to Provo, Utah, to Shanghai, China, Jimmer Fredette has delighted crowds as his has dropped three after three after three. On Friday, he was back at it to help raise money for Heritage, a residential treatment center for adolescents.

And Fredette didn't disappoint.

Much like he did during stretches at BYU or with the Shanghai Sharks this past season, he went bonkers from beyond the arc as he connected on 92 of 100 attempts.

One of the most impressive runs came in a short video shot by his Fredette Family Foundation, Jimmerosity, where he hit 13 of 14, including nine that were all net.

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It was a remarkable accomplishment for Fredette who is coming off a season in China where he hit 4.5 three's a night while leading the Sharks to a 30-8 regular-season record and a return to the CBA playoffs.

Along the way, he averaged 37.6 points on 39.6 percent from beyond the arc and 93.3 percent from the free-throw line, including a 73-point performance where he scored 22 straight points during one stretch late in the game.

While his destination to play this season is yet to be determined, one thing is for sure, he will be knocking down threes wherever he goes.