Jimmer Fredette dances at Brandon Davies’ wedding and … oh boy (Video)
I’ll show you all the moves like Jimmer. I’ve got the moves like Jimmer. I’ve got the mo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-ooves like Jimmer.
Hardwood hero Jimmer Fredette is known for many things. Ripping out jugular veins in the NCAA Tournament. Splashing three-pointers from the concession stand. Inspiring equestrian nomenclature. Now we can officially add “breaking it down on the dance floor” to his illustrious list of enterprises.
Fredette’s former BYU teammate and one-time Philadelphia 76er Brandon Davies got married over the weekend and led his troupe of groomsmen in a choreographed dance number to celebrate the day.
While Davies’ long-armed Carlton Dance set to the sweet sounds of Tom Jones was nothing but sheer glory, at the end of the day, it was Fredette who wound up stealing the show. The New Orleans Pelicans guard taught the entire ensemble of wedding guests exactly how to Jimmer and it was legen… wait for it… dary!
Jimmer Fredette breaking it down https://t.co/ZUrxZdww68
— AP (@Ananth_Pandian) June 28, 2015
There’s just something eerily hypnotic about watching Jimmer do the Nae Nae, and I love every second of it. Never mind that he holds NBA career averages of 6.1 points per game in 13.7 minutes per game. Never mind that he can’t stay in front of a banana slug and that he carries Anthony Davis’ jockstrap. When Jimmer hits the dance floor, he’s able to strip away all his inner angst and blossom into the beautiful butterfly that he truly is. Or something.
Well, at least he’s already light years ahead of Mark Madsen.
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