No one knows how long Jimmer Fredette will last in the NBA this time, but we do know he'll be there a minimum of 10 days.

Fredette has signed with the Knicks after a successful stint with the team's D-League affiliate in Westchester.

With the Westchester Knicks, Fredette averaged more than 21 points a game while shooting 46 percent from the floor and 41 percent from three-point range.

He made the D-League All-Star Game and took home MVP honors after scoring a game-record 35 points.

Fredette will have five games during the span of his contract:

Fredette was the National Player of the Year at BYU in 2011 after leading the nation in scoring. The Glens Falls native was drafted in the lottery and has played with the Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls and New Orleans Pelicans.

He was released from the San Antonio Spurs after not making the roster out of training camp this year.

Fredette will be available for the Knicks game tonight.