Phoenix Suns has signed an agreement to sign guard Jimmer Fredette, sources confirmed to ESPN's Ian Begley on Thursday.
The two-year deal has a team election in the second year, sources say. The deal was first reported by 98.7 FM Arizona Sports.
2011 year's Naismith College player at BYU, Fredette played the last three seasons in the Chinese basketball association. In November, he scored 75 points for the Shanghai Sharks at a loss for Beikong.
Fredette, 30, was the 10th overall election in the 2011 NBA draft. Milwaukee Bucks chose him and traded his rights to the Sacramento Kings.
The Suns will be the fifth NBA stop for Fredette, who last played for the New York Knicks during the 201
In five NBA seasons, Fredette has on average 6.0 points and 1.4 helps per person. game.