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Sean Singletary - PG, 6'0, 185
Retired - Retired after 2014 season
       Date of birth: 09/06/1985
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 42nd pick, 2008
     Out of: Virginia
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

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   2010 Summer League Rosters: Orlando Magic
2010-07-10

Sean Singletary

Last year, former Kings draft pick Singletary signed with the Philadelphia 76ers for training camp, but had little chance of making the team. He then signed with Spanish Euroleague team Caja Laboral, on what was initially supposed to be a short term contract; however, Singletary has ended up sticking with the team for the entire season. This was due in no small part to his January 13th performance; after shooting only 6-27 in his previous 6 Euroleague games with the team, Singletary shot 6-8 for 16 points in the final Euroleague regular season game against CSKA Moscow, also putting up 5 steals in only 15 minutes. Caja Laboral lost anyway, but it was enough to get him the extension.

That was his only double digit game of the season, however, in all competitions. Singletary has averaged only 3.4 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 12.6 minutes per game in the Euroleague, alongside 10.7 mpg/2.4 ppg/1.9 rpg/1.5 apg in the ACB. He is shooting a combined 36% from the field, 33% from three and 52% from the free throw line. Singletary is a small point guard who has lost his offense since joining the professional game (it's not as easy to score 19.8ppg once you leave the ACC, as outlined above); as he is also turnover prone and too small to have much impact defensively, there's not a whole lot of upside to Singletary at the NBA level.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 60
2010-04-24

- Sean Singletary

Singletary signed with the Philadelphia 76ers for training camp, but had little chance of making the team. He then signed with Spanish Euroleague team Caja Laboral, on what was initially supposed to be a short term contract; however, Singletary has ended up sticking with the team for the entire season. This was due in no small part to his January 13th performance; after shooting only 6-27 in his previous 6 Euroleague games with the team, Singletary shot 6-8 for 16 points in the final Euroleague regular season game against CSKA Moscow, also putting up 5 steals in only 15 minutes. Caja Laboral lost anyway, but it was enough to get him the extension.

That was his only double digit game of the season, however, in all competitions. Singletary has averaged only 3.4 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 12.6 minutes per game in the Euroleague, alongside 10.7 mpg/2.4 ppg/1.9 rpg/1.5 apg in the ACB. He is shooting a combined 36% from the field, 33% from three and 52% from the free throw line.

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