Tag:Chris Singleton
Posted on: April 13, 2011 3:16 pm
Edited on: April 13, 2011 6:01 pm

FSU's Singleton entering draft with agent

Florida State junior Chris Singleton announced Wednesday that he will enter the NBA Draft.

The 6-foot-9 forward will sign with an agent.

His college career is over.

Singleton averagd 13.1 points and 6.8 rebounds this season despite being limited for three games and missing six others because of an injury suffered in February. Still, the Georgia native helped the Seminoles make the NCAA tournament. FSU finished 23-11 after losing to VCU in overtime of the Sweet 16.

DraftExpress.com projects Singleton to be picked in the first round.

The NBA Draft is June 26.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: August 2, 2010 12:51 pm
Edited on: August 2, 2010 12:55 pm

Duke teammates highlight 10-man USA Select Team

Duke teammates Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler headline a group of 10 college basketball players selected to train with the 2010 USA Men’s World Championship Team finalists next week in New York, USA basketball announced Monday.

The full college roster includes:
  • JaJuan Johnson (Purdue)
  • Jon Leuer (Wisconsin)
  • Shelvin Mack (Butler)
  • Kyle Singler (Duke)
  • Chris Singleton (Florida State)
  • Nolan Smith (Duke)
  • Trey Thompkins (Georgia)
  • Mike Tisdale (Illinois)
  • Kemba Walker (Connecticut)
  • Chris Wright (Dayton)
"One of the great developments of our Las Vegas camp was the USA Select Team which consisted of juniors and seniors out of the college ranks that we brought in to scrimmage against the USA National Team," said USA basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo. "[Washington coach] Lorenzo Romar and [Villanova coach] Jay Wright did a terrific job of coaching the select players in Las Vegas. It worked so well we’ve decided to bring to New York a smaller group of players from that Select Team to do the same thing. They were very valuable to us and it’s a great experience for them."

The college players will arrive in New York Aug. 9 and train Aug. 10-13.
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