Former Brigham Young University guard and basketball star Jimmer Fredette has been finally chosen as an NBA participant, after scoring a 28.9 points per game in the last season. The Sacramento Kings selected Fredette with the No. 10 overall pick.

Sacramento's choice came soon after the squad dumped former point man Beno Udrih (notes) on the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-team deal that also seemed to needlessly land them dwindling scoring wing John Salmons.

“(The contract) was a little thing that helped keep my mind straight,” Fredette said. “And every night before I went to bed I saw it and dreamed about being an NBA basketball player.”