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Jimmer Freddette got married to former BYU cheerleader Whitney Wonnacott this past June, and the couple has released a 14-minute video documenting the festivities. There’s also a guy on stilts in the video, if that’s your thing.
Tonight is the NBA Draft, a process that drags on for hours but really is only important for about a minute of elapsed time. Everyone cares about the top 10 picks, and whatever players their favorite team selects… and that’s it. But we have one other reason to tune into ESPN tomorrow night: the hot draft room girlfriend.
Love was in the air last Friday when Jimmer Fredette tied the knot with his long time girlfriend. But something else was in the air the night before that had the people of Colorado anticipating an alien invasion.
Jimmer Fredette’s brother is an aspiring rapper who performed during the halftime of a streetball game last night. We’re just as confused as you are.
Jimmer Fredette was only a high school senior when he signed his first contract. Last night, he officially honored it.
Skip Bayless and Chris Broussard discussed race in the NBA, as they are wont to do. Today, their talk centered on the lack of a great white American player.
Ahead of this Thursday’s NBA draft, Jimmer Fredette’s top two choices are the Utah Jazz and New York Knicks. But you’ll be surprised to know which of those two teams he prefers.
The celebration about the news that Osama Bin Laden is dead continued as a sign near the BYU campus reads, “Osama Got Jimmered!”
Dan Patrick Calls Out Rick Reilly, Colin Cowherd For “Piling On” Jimmer Fredette: “Blame Yourself, Blame Your Network”
Dan Patrick called out ESPN’s Rick Reilly and Colin Cowherd during his radio show this morning, for their coverage of BYU’s Jimmer Fredette.