Jimmer Fredette ‘Teach Me How to Jimmer’ Parody Video Takes Basketball World by Storm


February 15, 2011

As if averaging more than 22 points per game last season and 29 points per game in two NCAA tournament contests last March didn’t do it, Jimmer Fredette has gained the college basketball world’s attention this year thanks to nightly highlight reels and 27 points per game.

The BYU star was recently dubbed “Basketball’s First Twitter Legend” after dozens of athletes and celebrities tweeted about him following his ridiculous performance against San Diego State this season.

Fredette’s latest claim to fame is being the subject of a viral video mixed together by Feel Good Music Coalition called “Teach Me How to Jimmer,” which can be seen below.

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