Through two games with the New York Knicks, Glens Falls native Jimmer Fredette has played just less than two minutes. The Knicks are 0-2 in those games.

Fredette has taken only one shot - and buried it - a three-pointer in a Monday loss to the Toronto Raptors.

We caught up with the Glens Falls native today to talk about the vibe in the Knicks locker room after those two losses, how his time in the D-League helped him develop his game, what it was like for him to win MVP of the D-League All-Star Game. We also asked him how difficult the road has been over the last five years for not just him, but for his family.

Furthermore, we asked Fredette about the prolific scoring of Glens Falls freshman Joseph Girard III, who has nearly 1,200 points through his freshman season.

We also spoke with Fredette about his Jimmerosity Foundation, and his 3-on-3 basketball camp that he has coming to the Capital Region this summer.

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