Wed Jun 01 08:44am EDT
BYU's Jimmer Fredette has worked out for the Indiana Pacers, but it seems unlikely he'll be available when Indy has its pick at No. 15. The Utah Jazz, however, have the No. 3 and No. 12 picks and ESPN reports that there is a chance Fredette could be selected with that second pick.
"The Jazz are seriously looking at Kentucky's Brandon Knight and UConn's Kemba Walker with the No. 3 pick in the draft," ESPN reports. "If they take either player, it's highly unlikely they'd draft Fredette at No. 12. If they decide to go with someone like Enes Kanter or Jan Vesely at No. 3, then Fredette will be in play at No. 12, according to sources."
ESPN notes that a lot depends on a two-day visit with Kanter by Jazz officials in Chicago that starts June 3. If all goes smoothly, Utah will take Kanter at No. 3 and Fredette at No 12. If it doesn't, the site reports that the Jazz will likely be picking two other players.