Floyd Mayweather And Jimmy Fredette

A decade ago, Jimmer Fredette captivated New York state gyms with his genius shooting. The former Glens Falls High School star was New York State's sixth all-time leading scorer as of 2010.

On Monday, Fredette represented a New York team for the first time since his 2007 high school graduation. The No. 2 overall pick in this year's D-League Draft returned to the Westchester Knicks after a nine-day stint with the New Orleans Pelicans.

Although the game only attracted a White Plains crowd of 974 -- perhaps less than some of Fredette's high school and AAU games -- one fan's net worth was more than the Westchester Knicks themselves. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. sat courtside at the Westchester County Center.

Mayweather was in attendance to watch his friend, Jordon Crawford, an undrafted 5-foot-6, 25-year-old shooting guard from Bowling Green, take on Mayweather's hometown Grand Rapids Drive. Crawford had zero points on 0-for-5 shooting in 15 minutes. But Mayweather still made the trip via jet, according to New York Knicks beat writer, Ian Begley.

What Mayweather did get to witness was Fredette going to town in his D-Leage debut. Fredette dropped 37 points on 12-for-17 shooting with eight assists and four rebounds.

Who said Jimmer Time was dead?

Of course, Fredette credited Mayweather with an assist on his performance.

Here are the highlights from Jimmer's night:

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