AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Kyle Singler is one of the more intriguing young players the Pistons have.
At 6-8, 230 pounds, Singler is a pretty big shooting guard. But really, that's just where he is listed in the starting lineup. With that size, he can play more than one position.
That versatility was on full display Monday night at the Palace against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Singler had 16 points on 6-for-7 shooting, 10 rebounds, five assists, two steals and a blocked shot. It was his first career double-double. The only category he did not register in was turnovers as he did not have one, joining Tayshaun Prince as the only starters without one.
While point guard Brandon Knight made the Pistons go with his offense and defense, Singler was doing things all over the court as the Pistons won their third straight home game, 108-101.
"Kyle, I thought was outstanding, played a very complete game," coach Lawrence Frank said. Defensively was very, very solid. Ran the floor extremely well...