Through all the Kings' lineup shuffling, Jimmer Fredette still believes he's an NBA point guard.

Not an undersized shooting guard, but a point guard, the role he's known his entire basketball life.

And with 22 games left in the season, Fredette is still out to prove he is an NBA point guard. That he can deal with the aggressive defenders who get into his body and take away his shooting space.

There's still concern among the coaching staff as to whether Fredette's release on his shot is quick enough. As long as he plays the point, teams will crowd and trap Fredette with bigger defenders.

Fredette believes when given the chance, he does just fine.

"You just go out there and do what you feel natural doing," Fredette said. "You've just got to shoot it when you're open, and if you're not, try to take it to the basket or get other guys involved. It's a process; you just go through it. I think I'm doing a good job. It's just about doing the best you can with the opportunity you get."