Unfortunately for the Washington Wizards, Emeka Okafor wasn't yesterday's only injury news. The team also announced that forward Chris Singleton will miss six to eight weeks due to a fracture in his foot at the base of his small toe, according to J. Michael of CSN Washington.Last night the team said that Singleton had undergone successful surgery to repair the stress fracture...
Washington Wizards forward Chris Singleton will be sidelined about six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his left foot.
The Wizards announced Wednesday that Singleton was scheduled for outpatient surgery to repair a fracture in the fifth metatarsal.
The team says the injury occurred during a voluntary workout at Verizon Center on Tuesday.
Singleton averaged 4.1 points and 3...
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September 18, 2013
Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced that forward Chris Singleton will have outpatient surgery today to repair a Jones fracture to the fifth metatarsal of his left foot. He will be out approximately six to eight weeks.
The injury occurred during a voluntary workout at Verizon Center on Tuesday. The Jones fracture was revealed following an X-Ray performed by team doctors and...
Since the name Chris Singleton may not be ringing any bells, let me remind you of his most notable exploit: Singleton once made waves in the blogosphere when he admitted to dropping 10 Gs on lottery tickets in an attempt to win the world’s biggest jackpot. Other than that, the 22-year-old Wizard selected 18th overall in 2011 is yet to make much noise… but he’s got time,...
As the NBA continues its Summer League in Las Vegas, Washington Wizards forward Chris Singleton decided to put an NBA D-Leaguer flat on his back with a thunderous jam.
Watch as Singleton skies to the rim and throws it down hard:
Whether regular season or summer league action, everyone loves to see someone get dunked on, like how the Washington Wizards Chris Singleton smashes on Chris Daniels from the D-League Select squad: It’s only a matter of time before the Wizards amnesty Andray Blatche and pass that playing time on to Singleton, right? Wizards fans certainly [...]
Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton says it was worth it to buy $10,000 worth of tickets for last week's Mega Millions lottery, adding it was ''either that or blowing it in the clubs.''
Singleton didn't win a share of the record-breaking top prize, but he said Monday that he did win some money. He's not sure how much because he hasn't gone through...
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April 02, 2012
I’ve always wondered how professional athletes blow through money at an alarming pace. Sure, you can point toward the big ticket items that litter their castles, and later are thrown up for auction to help pay off creditors. However, it’s the small things that usually get them. For example, Allen Iverson purchased new clothes in each city he traveled to, rather than pack a suit...
Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton isn't strapped for cash, but that isn't deterring him from trying to earn a few more bucks.
Well, maybe more than just a few bucks.
How about over $500 million?
That's what Singleton has his eyes on after posting on Twitter Wednesday night that he spent $10,000 on Mega Millions tickets. The jackpot has reached a world record...
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Chris Singleton saw all-star point guard Deron Williams casually dribbling the ball up the court late in the first quarter of the Wizards’ 90-84 loss to the New Jersey Nets and immediately attacked. He swiped away the ball, and get reaching to gain possession.
When the ball began to roll back, Singleton lunged underneath Williams in pursuit. A stunned Williams toppled over him...