The members of the social media movement to find Jimmer Fredette a new NBA team will be disappointed by this news.

Fredette has yet to join them.

On Twitter, the #freejimmer campaign has been going on in earnest as Fredette's most vocal fans demand the second-year guard be "freed" from the Kings.

Fredette, however, has yet to jump in and ask to be freed via trade by Kings basketball president Geoff Petrie.

"No, definitely not," Fredette said with a laugh. "I haven't talked to Geoff about anything like that."

That's not to say Fredette is content. His playing time is inconsistent because he's the third point guard behind Isaiah Thomas and Aaron Brooks. Fredette's season so far includes not appearing in one game and playing just six seconds in another.

Fredette's fan base, built during his standout career at BYU, sees the treatment of Fredette as disrespectful and expresses its displeasure through social media, sometimes in a profane tone.