Kyle Singler





6 ft8 in

/ 2.03m


228 lbs

/ 103.4kg


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Caris LeVert comes off the bench to score 21 points to go along with 10 assists as the Nets defeat the Thunder in Mexico City, 100-95.

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Kyle Singler drives to the rim, hits the floater, and the foul.

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Nikola Jokic records a double-double with 29 points and 16 rebounds, Jamal Murray adds 27 and the Nuggets spoil Russell Westbrook's MVP endorsement from Oscar Robertson with the 111-105 win over Oklahoma City.


Kyle Singler gets the fast break past and finishes with the salm.

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Delon Wright with the no-look dish to Kyle Singler for the easy layup.


Russell Westbrook scores 36 points with 12 boards and nine dimes, Kevin Durant adds 33 with 7 boards as the Thunder win the series 4-1 over Dallas, 118-104.


Randy Foye passes to Kyle Singler in the corner, who fakes the shot then hits the three as time expires in the third quarter.


Dion Waiters knocks the ball loose and runs the court to finish Kyle Singler's pass with a fast break dunk.


Gorgui Dieng leads with 25 points, Andrew Wiggins adds 20 and Ricky Rubio hits the game-winning triple as Minnesota takes it, 99-96.

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Kevin Durant scores 32 points and grabs 12 rebounds as the Thunder defeat the Bucks, 104-96.

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Kevin Durant picks off the pass and feeds Kyle Singler who drives down the lane and finishes the reverse layup.


LeBron James leads a balanced attack scoring 33 points with 11 dimes and nine rebounds as Cleveland edges Oklahoma City 104-100.

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Kyle Singler crashes the boards, gets fouled and sinks the shot.


The Thunder turn it over but hustle to get it right back and find Enes Kanter for the bucket plus the foul.

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Marcus Smart records 26 points and eight rebounds, Isaiah Thomas adds 20 points as the Celtics defeat the Thunder.

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Russell Westbrook has his second straight triple-double and the Thunder beat the 76ers 102-85 on Friday night.


Derrick Rose produces his best game of the season scoring 29 points with seven assists, Jimmy Butler adds 26 as the Bulls win it 104-98.


Russell Westbrook records 37 points and eight rebounds, Dion Waiters adds 33 points as the Thunder defeat the Timberwolves.

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Jeff Green with 22 points and Marc Gasol with 19 points and 6 rebounds team up to lead the Memphis Grizzlies past the Oklahoma City Thunder, 100-92.


Dion Waiters drives and dishes to Kyle Singler for the slam.


Professional History

Appeared in 312 games (170 starts) and averaged 7.1 points, 3.1 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 23.6 minutes.

Appeared in 68 games (two starts) and averaged 3.4 points and 2.1 rebounds in 14.4 minutes.

Tallied 11 points on 3-of-5 shooting from behind the three-point line at Sacramento (2/29). Scored a season-high 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting (3-of-3 from three) vs. Charlotte (1/20). Three games of double-digit scoring. Ten games DNP – Coach’s Decision. Three games DNP – Lower Back Soreness.

2014-15: Acquired by Oklahoma City from the Detroit Pistons through trade on 2/19. Swiped a season-high three steals vs. Houston (1/31). Tied a season-high six rebounds vs. Cleveland (1/27). Connected on a career-high six three-pointers vs. Philadelphia (1/17). Dished out a career-high five assists vs. Atlanta (1/9). Scored a season-hightying 21 points vs. Philadelphia (12/6). Recorded his 200th career assist at Toronto (1/25) and recorded his 700th career rebound at Brooklyn (12/21). Scored in double figures in 12 games. Scored 20-plus points on three occasions. One game DNP – Coach’s Decision. 2013-14: Played in all 82 games (36 starts) averaging a careerhigh 9.6 points and 3.7 rebounds in 28.5 minutes per game. Played in all 82 games for the second consecutive season - one of only two Pistons (Greg Monroe) to do so this season. In 36 games as a starter, averaged 11.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 assists. Led the team in scoring twice.

Scored 10-plus points 42 times and 20-plus four times. Grabbed 10-plus rebounds once and recorded one points/rebounds double-double. Scored a career-high 22 points (9-13 FG) vs. Atlanta (11/22). Tied career-high 10 rebounds vs. Philadelphia (2/1) and dished out a season-high three assists six times. Recorded career-high five steals vs. Sacramento (3/11) and blocked a season-high three shots at New Orleans (3/11). Made a career-high four 3-pointers three times [at Miami (12/3), vs. Atlanta (2/21) and vs. Cleveland (3/26)]. 2012-13: Named to the 2012- 13 NBA All-Rookie Second Team. Played in all 82 games (74 starts) averaging 8.8 points and 4.0 rebounds in 28.0 minutes per game. Was the only Piston to play in all 82 games. His 74 starts were the second-most by a rookie since 1981-82 (Kelly Tripucka - 82). Among NBA rookie league leaders, ranked fourth in scoring (8.8 ppg), sixth in rebounds (4.0 rpg), 10th in assists (0.9 apg), fifth in 3-point field goal percentage (.350), fifth in steals (0.7 spg), sixth in blocks (0.5 bpg) and second in minutes (28.0 mpg). Led the team in scoring once, in rebounds once and in assists twice. Scored 10-plus points 35 times and 20-plus once. Recorded one points/rebounds doubledouble. Scored then career-high 20 points vs. Cleveland (2/1), grabbed then career-high 10 rebounds vs. Portland (11/26) and dished out career-high tying five assists twice [vs. Portland (11/26) and vs. Boston (1/20)]. Blocked careerhigh four shots at Houston(11/10) and swiped career-high three steals five times. His 70 3-point field goals are the second most made by a rookie in franchise history (Brandon Knight – 105).

Played the 2011-12 season in Spain with CB Lucentum Alicante (10 games) and Real Madrid (32 games including eight Euroleague games). In 10 games with Alicante, averaged 14.4 points while shooting 46.7% from the field and 3.4 rebounds. Averaged 7.8 points and 2.2 rebounds in 24 Spanish League games for Real Madrid. Played in eight Euroleague games and averaged 8.1 points and 4.3 rebounds while helping Real Madrid reach the Spanish League championship finals.

In 2016, appeared in six games, averaging 1.3 points and 1.2 rebounds in 8.5 minutes. Made his NBA postseason debut vs. Dallas on 4/16, registering six points (2-of-2 from three-point range) with three rebounds.

Set Duke career records for games played (148-tied), consecutive games played (148), games started (147) and minutes played (4,887). Played in 125 Duke victories throughout his career which ranks second alltime in ACC history. Ranks fourth on Duke’s all-time scoring list (2,392) and tied Johnny Dawkins for the school record for double-figure scoring games (129). Joined Art Heyman and Christian Laettner as the only three players in Duke history to top 600 points in three straight seasons and is the 11th player in school history to score 2,000-plus points. Named a honorable mention All-American by The Associated Press twice (sophomore and senior year) and first team All-ACC twice (junior and senior seasons). Was named as a finalist as a senior for the Wooden Award, Oscar Robertson Trophy, Naismith Trophy and Lowe’s Senior Class Award. Led Duke to an NCAA title his junior year and was named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player. Was named a second team All-ACC selection as a sophomore as well as ACC Rookie of the Year and third team All-ACC as a freshman. Is the only player in ACC history to amass over 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 300 offensive rebounds, 250 threepoint field goals, 200 assists, 100 blocked shots and 100 steals. 2010-11 (Senior): Averaged 16.9 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 34.8 minutes in 37 games. Finished fifth in the ACC in scoring, was selected to the ACC AllTournament first team following Duke’s threegame championship run and was a USBWA and NABC First Team All-District choice. Scored 20-plus points 12 times during the year. Matched a career-high with 30 points (5-5 3FG) against Oregon at the Rose Garden in Portland. 2009-10 (Junior): Averaged a career-high 17.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.0 steals and 35.9 minutes per game in a school-record-tying 40 starts. Shot a career-high 39.9% (85-213 3FG) from three-point range. Posted 19 points, nine rebounds and two blocks in the NCAA Championship game win over Butler en route to being named Final Four Most Outstanding Player. Claimed MVP honors in the ACC Tournament by scoring 20 points (season-high 14-16 FT) vs. Georgia Tech, 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists vs. Miami and 25 points, 10 rebounds and two steals vs. Virginia Tech. Scored a career-high 30 points (8-10 3FG) earlier in the season vs. Georgia Tech in league play. 2008-09 (Sophomore): Averaged 16.5 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.5 steals, 1.0 blocks and 32.2 minutes per game in 37 games. Recorded nine double-doubles. 2007-08 (Freshman): Started all 34 games as a freshman and ranked second on the team in scoring (13.3 ppg), three-pointers (51) and minutes played (28.6 mpg). Tied for the team lead in rebounds (5.8 rpg).

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