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Report: Thunder reach deal with Kyle Singler
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(7/1/15) The Thunder and forward Kyle Singler reached an agreement on a five-year, nearly $25 million contract Wednesday, sources told Yahoo Sports.
Singler was a restricted free agent with the Thunder able to match any offers for Singler. He averaged 6.0 points and 2.4 rebounds in 80 games last season.
Report: Thunder make qualifying offer to Kyle Singler
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(6/29/15) The Thunder have made a qualifying offer to Kyle Singler, according to a report by Basketball Insiders.
The offer makes Singler a restricted free agent and allows the Thunder to match any offers he receives.
Singler averaged 6.0 points and 2.4 rebounds last season.
Thunder GM: We'd like to bring back Kyle Singler
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(5/6/15) Thunder small forward Kyle Singler has expressed a desire to stay in Oklahoma City. And general manager Sam Presti hopes to oblige.
"Finding a player in free agency that can shoot close to 40 percent from the three-point line over the course of a season, embrace various roles, and stand as one of your most fundamental players at 6-9 is unlikely when over the cap and tax," Presti told The Oklahoman. "Therefore, we are hopeful we will be able to keep working with him."
Singler performed well after a deadline deal brought him to Oklahoma City. He finished the season shooting a career-best 39.8 percent on three-pointers.
Thunder F Kyle Singler: I want to play for the Thunder next season
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(4/16/15) Thunder forward Kyle Singler said he wants to return to the team next season, reports The Oklahoman.
The Thunder acquired Singler in a trade with the Pistons at the trade deadline and he thinks the feeling to return is mutual.
"This is where I want to be," he said. "And I think they want me here."
Van Gundy, Pistons should now focus on G Reggie Jackson
|(3/19/15) With the Pistons all but eliminated from the postseason, nothing is more important at this point in their final games for coach Stan Van Gundy than the progress of guard Reggie Jackson, writes the NBA.com.|
The Pistons sent guards Kyle Singler and D.J. Augustin to the Thunder on Feb. 19, clearing the path for Jackson to take over the point guard role. But Jackson's performance to this point has been inconsistent.
"The big thing with him is his aggressiveness and pushing the ball in transition and being aggressive on his pick and rolls," Van Gundy said. "I think when he does that, he's pretty effective. When he's just sort of playing with the ball and a little more tentative, then he runs himself into problems. He over dribbles at times, gets down in traffic. When he's on the attack north-south, I think he's very, very good."
Jackson may have to compete next season with Brandon Jennings, who's been out since late January with a ruptured left Achilles tendon.
|For a second-round pick, Kyle Singler has become one of the most dependable players on a Pistons roster that has been pretty dysfunction over the last few seasons. He has yet to miss a game in two NBA seasons, and has filled in whatever role the Pistons have needed. Having said all of that, he if also a player with a limited statistical ceiling, who averaged just 9.6 points and 3.7 rebounds per game last season. Singler will never be a primary option for the Pistons, and has just limited value in deeper category-based Fantasy formats on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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