By JOHN DORN
Former NCAA basketball star Jimmer Fredette has returned to the NBA after a stint in the D-League, with news emerging that he will sign a 10-day contract with the New York Knicks in the coming days (via ESPN New York's Ian Begley).
The Knicks had an open roster spot, and after standing pat at the trade deadline on Thursday, delved into their Westchester affiliate's roster to fill it. The team has fallen off pace in the East, now nine games under .500 and five out of the eighth seed in the East. Guard play has been a weakness all season, so kicking the tires on Fredette was worth a 10-day offer.
SEE ALSO: Remembering Shaq's greatest rap hits
Now, Fredette's NBA success has been limited since being drafted in 2011, but regardless of how he fairs with the Knicks, his ability as a shotmaker will never be questioned. And whether he plays 10 more years in the NBA -- or never gets into a game again -- his flashes of magnificence will live on forever via the Internet.
Before Stephen Curry found his groove, there was, what we called, "Jimmer Range." Kick back and enjoy the rain.