Don’t call it a comeback.

Jimmer Fredette is making his return to the NBA after a three-year hiatus, agreeing to a two-year contract, with a team option in the second season,  with the Phoenix Suns, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

The 30-year-old Fredette recently played for the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association. On Tuesday, the Sharks were eliminated from the postseason. Fredette averaged 36.9 points per game for Shanghai.

After being drafted No. 10 overall by the Kings in the 2011 NBA Draft, Fredette lasted four seasons with Sacramento before battling to stay on the NBA radar.

His contract was bought out midseason by the Kings and Fredette spent the rest of his fourth year with the Chicago Bulls. On a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans the following season, Fredette then signed with the San Antonio Spurs in 2015 and was waived in the preseason.

He was then selected in the NBA Development League Draft by the Westchester Knicks, spending a season in the G League that also included a 10-day contract with the New York Knicks.

In his NBA career, Fredette averaged 6.0 points per game on 13.4 minutes a night.

His last NBA action was over three years ago on March 1 of 2016.

Something tells me he’s not going to be dropping 30+ a game in the association.

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