Jimmer Fredette's two-year search for consistency hasn't brought him any closer to his desired goal.
During his two seasons with the Sacramento Kings, he has witnessed the sale of the franchise, two coaching changes and a number of roster tweaks. He's often found himself a King by title only, as the No. 10 pick of the 2011 draft has yet to average more than 18.6 minutes per game.
He joined a crowded backcourt on his arrival, and while some of the faces have since changed, his depth-chart position has yet to improve. If his role on this roster seems uncertain to you, just imagine how he feels.
The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones tried to unravel the mystery. He asked Fredette how the new ownership regime would affect his situation. "I don't know," Fredette said, via KSL's Tom Kirkland. "I was hoping you could tell me something!"
The Kings, according to Jones, aren't shopping Fredette, but they are taking calls for the sharpshooter.
How might those phone calls sound? Probably less flattering by the day, thanks in large part to Sacramento's yo-yo approach to his playing time.
But there are still a number of teams who could help Fredette maximize his potential, and they should have more than enough trade chips to grab Sacramento's interest.