The NBA summer has seen a number of changes as free agents and trades have several players on new teams. Though things have slowed to a crawl recently, there is still one trade rumor that isn't going away.
Sam Amico of Fox Sports reported that Oklahoma City was looking to add some depth in their back-court and Jimmer Fredette of the Sacramento Kings is on their radar. Fredette was the Kings' top pick in the 2011 draft, but after a disappointing rookie season, the team could move the youngster.
Fredette averaged just 7.6 points per game and shot a miserable 38% from the floor last season, but his play this summer has some experts believing the 23-year-old just needs a change of scenery.
The Thunder could use more bench scoring and the team has the luxury to bring the young guard along slowly. This deal has circulated around the media for a few weeks now and a deal before the start of the regular season is likely, but don't expect the former BYU star to make a big splash in the NBA until he is traded to another team.