|Current Team:||Obradoiro CAB|
|Birth Day:||May 4, 1988|
|Birth Place:||Medford, United States|
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He won an NCAA National Championship in 2010 with Duke.
In 2006, Singler played against Brandon Jennings in the championship game of The Les Schwab Invitational. Singler was also named to the 2006 U18 USA Junior National team, alongside fellow top prospects Michael Beasley, Jerryd Bayless, and 2006 star recruit Spencer Hawes. Singler is also one of eight players featured in Gunnin' for That#1 Spot, a 2008 documentary directed by Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys which was filmed in 2006.
In October 2006, he signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Duke University.
In 2007 Singler led South Medford to its first-ever state basketball championship, winning 58–54 over defending champion Lake Oswego and national standout Kevin Love. A year earlier Love and Lake Oswego had defeated Singler and South Medford for the state championship.
In January 2009 he had a career-high 16 rebounds against Georgetown, a game in which Duke won 76-67. Singler ended the 2009 season as the top scorer for Duke. At the end of the season Singler was averaging a team high 16.5 points per game in 37 games played.
In February 2010 Singler scored a career-high 30 points against Georgia Tech, hitting a career-high 8 three-pointers in 10 attempts. In the ACC Tournament Final (playing Georgia Tech again), he hit a career-high 14 free throws.
On March 28, 2010, in an Elite Eight NCAA game, as Duke beat Baylor and advanced to the Final Four, Singler (667 points), Jon Scheyer (690 points), and Nolan Smith (628 points) became the second trio in the history of the school to score at least 600 points each in the same season. Jason Williams, Carlos Boozer, and Mike Dunleavy, Jr. first accomplished that feat for Duke in 2001–02. Singler scored 19 points in the national championship game to reach 707 for the season, joining Scheyer (728) as the two became the second duo in Duke history to each score over 700 points in one season, following in the footsteps of Jason Williams (841) and Shane Battier (778), who did so for Duke's 2001 national championship team.
Following the national championship, Singler considered entering the 2010 NBA draft, but ultimately decided to return for his senior season at Duke. Singler was named the pre-season Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year, pre-season first team All-ACC, and was named a pre-season first team All-American. On November 27, 2010 Singler tied his career high 30 points against his brother E. J. Singler and the Oregon Ducks. Singler was also voted to the Atlantic Coast Conference first team. For the 2010–2011 season, Singler averaged 16.9 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 1.6 assists in 34.8 minutes per game for the Blue Devils. The Blue Devils were eliminated in the Sweet 16 in the tournament against the Arizona Wildcats by the score of 93-77. Singler had 18 points in the defeat.
Singler was selected with the 33rd overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons. On August 23, 2011, he signed with CB Lucentum Alicante of the Liga ACB. The contract had an NBA out-clause for when the NBA lockout ended. In his Liga ACB debut, he won the MVP of the first match day with 23 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Following the conclusion of the lockout, Singler exercised his option to leave the club. He chose to join Real Madrid on November 30, 2011 after the two clubs agreed on a transfer fee. In 10 appearances with Alicante, Singler helped them win 7 games while averaging 14.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.1 steals. He went on to help Real Madrid defeat Barcelona to win the 2012 Spanish King's Cup.
On July 11, 2012, Singler signed with the Detroit Pistons. He went on to earn All-Rookie second team honors in 2012–13 after averaging 8.8 points and 4.0 rebounds in 82 games.
On November 22, 2013, Singler scored a career-high 22 points in an 89-96 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
On February 19, 2015, Singler was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a three-team deal that also involved the Utah Jazz.
On July 9, 2015, Singler re-signed with the Thunder. For much of the Thunder's first two months of the 2015–16 season, Singler was a seldom-used, third-string forward off the bench. Between November 24 and New Year's Eve, Singler sat out eight games and twice played less than 60 seconds. Over the team's first 32 games of the season, Singler had made just six of his 31 three-point shots. He began to receive more game time in mid-January, and on January 20 against the Charlotte Hornets, Singler scored a season-high 11 points and hit 3-of-3 from three-point range.
On September 30, 2018, Singler returned to Spain for a second stint, signing a one-year deal with Monbus Obradoiro.
On June 27, 2019 he signed a one-year deal with Iberostar Tenerife.
On October 17, 2019 Singler announced his retirement from professional basketball for personal reasons.
Kyle's father Ed played Quarterback at Oregon State and his mother Kris Brosterhous played college basketball at the same school.
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