Jimmer Fredette played two minutes, well actually, a little less than two minutes, in his return to the NBA on Monday night. Fredette buried a three-pointer in his only shot attempt that night, hitting a three in the Knicks loss to the Raptors.

For Fredette, it's been a crazy ride over the last five years. He's gone from national sensation and Player of the Year at BYU to NBA player to released to D-League star and now back.

The people over at VICE Sports put together a great documentary on Jimmer. It's his rise, fall and comeback.

If you have 10 minutes, give it a watch. It's great stuff with his whole family included. The Knicks play the Pacers tonight so Fredette will get another chance to show his talents.

He averaged 21.8 points in the D-League and won MVP of the D-League All-Star Game after scoring 35 points.

He also shot nearly 50 percent from the floor and 41 percent from three-point range.