Jimmer Fredette is the only watchable player on this selfish, me-first, low basketball IQ, losing Sacramento team. And for some head-scratching reason, Keith Smart jerks Fredette's minutes around, leaving Jimmer to wonder if he is going to get 20 minutes or a DNP-CD on any given night.
The Kings are going to continue to lose, so why not at least give us the satisfaction of watching Jimmer in the otherwise depressing process?
It's time to get Jimmer off the bench.
But only after first firing Keith Smart.
At 22-43 (.338) the Sacramento Kings have the worst record in the Western Conference, and it's about time they did something about it.
The Kings' latest defeat came on March 10th in a frantic 115-113 home loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. This game better than any other this season highlighted two painfully obvious truths about this train wreck of an NBA franchise:
One, it's time to fire coach Keith Smart.
Two, it's time to free Jimmer Fredette from the bench.
Keith Smart, Head Scratcher
When it comes to coaching professional basketball, Mr. Smart's last name is an oxymoron. The man's personnel management and in-game strategy leave more NBA fans scratching their heads than a Head & Shoulders commercial.