BYU guard Jimmer Fredette highlighted a six-man workout at the Sacramento Kings practice facility today. Fredette along with UCLA's Tyler Honeycutt, Tennessee's Tobias Harris, South Carolina's Sam Muldrow and Kentucky's Josh Harrellson participated in drills and played in a 3-on-3 scrimmage to close out the workout session.
"I thought it went pretty well," Fredette said of the Sacramento visit. "I competed hard, shot decent. The main thing I think I wanted to come in and show them is that I can come in and play defense at this level. So I came in and competed really hard. Had some good players in here to defend, some quick guys and some long guys (who are) athletic. So I thought that I did a pretty good job overall and I thought that they liked it."
Kings front office brass, including president of basketball operations Geoff Petrie, head coach Paul Westphal and co-owner Gavin Maloof, were among those in attendance.