The last time the Utah Jazz saw Jimmer Fredette, he nearly beat them with a last-second, 3-point shot. That was a month ago today when Fredette played the majority of the game, but misfired on a potential game-winner with five seconds left in Utah's 96-93 win. It was one of Fredette's better games of the season, as he played 31 minutes and scored 14 points with 3-of-5 shooting from 3-point range. Fredette will get another crack at the Jazz tonight in Sacramento, where the Kings and Jazz meet for the second time this season (8 p.m.).