There are many ways that Jimmer Fredette could help the Sacramento Kings in 2011-12.
He could take to the rafters of Power Balance Pavilion to exact vigilante justice on visiting opponents like a Mormon Bruce Wayne.
He could get an outlandish fade haircut and become the "kid" to Tyreke Evans' "play."
He could enchant rival superstars with his dreamy gaze, lulling them into a hypnotic trance of basketball ineffectiveness.
He could even fly backwards around the earth Superman-style, reversing everything about this planet that we have ever known, which would certainly create a reality in which the Kings are not only once again relevant, but even competitive.
Realistically, some of these things may not happen.
But Jimmer could also simply show up in Sacramento a more evolved basketball player.
Nearly all projections for the 2011-12 Sacramento Kings seem to be founded upon the belief that Jimmer will show up in training camp the same player he was in college—a relentless scorer with little else on his mind besides buckets, the Lord, and more buckets.
If Fredette can adapt his game to fit in with his new backcourt mate, things could be looking up sooner rather than later in Sacramento.
Here are five slightly more realistic changes he can make this dream a reality.