Full Name: Kyle Edward Singler
Contract Status: Signed July 9, 2015 to a five-year $25 Million Dollar deal. While Oklahoma City holds a player option for his final season in 2019-2020, Singler will earn five-million dollars annually per the duration of his contract.
Interesting Factoid: Singler was featured in former Beastie Boy icon Adam Yauch's documentary "Gunning for That #1 spot." The film chronicles eight future NBA players as they compete in the inaugural Boost Mobile Elite 24 Hoop Classic from famed Rucker Park.
- Avenged 2006 State-Championship defeat to Kevin Love by winning 2007 OSAA 6A-State Title
- 2007 McDonald's High School All-American (South Medford High, Oregon)
- Four-Year starter at Duke University
- 2010 NCAA Champion
- 2010 Final Four Most Outstanding Player
- 2011 NABC Second-Team All American
- #33 selection 2011 NBA Draft (Detroit Pistons)
- Played Overseas during 2011 NBA lockout for Real Madrid and CB Lucentum Alicante
- Named to NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 2013
- Traded to Oklahoma City February 19, 2015
Pre-Season/Early Season Expectations:
As aforementioned, Singler was signed by Oklahoma City to a multi-year deal ahead of last season. Team brass was pining for Kyle's range to rekindle, unfortunately this failed to materialize.