Jimmer Fredette has found a new home. Multiple outlets are reporting the former BYU star will sign with the Chicago Bulls. Fredette was bought out by the Kings earlier in the week and cleared waivers on Saturday. He averaged just under six points and two assists in 41 games this season. Jimmer's connected on 49-percent of his three pointers. Fredette was drafted 10th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft. Chicago has been giving minutes to Kirk Hinrich and D.J. Augustin at the point guard position with Derrick Rose once again sidelines for the season. The Bulls battle the Knicks on Sunday.