Found November 26, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

Pistons rookie Kyle Singler knows his way around a trick-shot video.  He made two different videos (here and here) while at Duke in which he “got buckets.”  Naturally, this is known as “Buckets, Part 3.”  Singler actually filmed this before training camp, but the Pistons just got around to editing and posting it over the weekend. Singler heads to different areas around Metro Detroit to get his buckets, including outside The Palace of Auburn Hills (the Pistons’ home), Ford Field (home of the Lions) and Detroit’s Belle Isle, located in the Detroit River. Singler was asked which of the three videos was his favorite and most impressive.  ”My first impressions were it was really good,” Singler said of the newest version. “I don’t know if it’s as good as the other two … we did some pretty good ones, but it’s tough to top the first couple I did.”  So not only is Singler rightfully taking minutes away from players with more NBA experience (Austin Daye and Charlie Villanueva), but he could also whoop them in a game of H-O-R-S-E. Propers to IASID fan Colleen

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