Kyle Singler hits a bunch of trick shot in London using a double-decker bus as a prop cause the league ironically didn’t have enough money to rent Big Ben for the day.
Kyle Singler sets out on the mean streets of Detroit policed by RoboCop, to hit trick shots all over the place like a good citizen.
Kyle Singler has signed a three-year contract with the Detroit Pistons after spending last season playing in Spain.
The Pistons drafted the 6-foot-8 Singler in the second round of last year’s draft, but the lockout shortened the NBA season and the former Duke standout went overseas. He played in Spain for both Lucentum Alicante and Real Madrid, averaging 14.4 points for Lucentum Alicante and 7.9 for Real Madrid. Real Madrid reached the ACB finals before losing to Barcelona.
Just before my server went down (arrgh!), I received a copy of Gunnin’ for that Number #1 Spot directed by Adam Yauch b.k.a (better known as) MCA of the Beastie Boys thanks to the good folks over atÂ Oscilloscope LaboratoriesÂ and it’s good to finally say “awesome I f*ckin watched that!”Â
The documentary centers around the first ever outdoor all-star showcase of the top 24 high school players in 2006 at hoops Mecca, Rucker Park in Harlem and it was an idea way past due! Â The great thing about this showcase game is that if you play at Rucker and look bad, no future sponsor can save your rep and these kids enter knowing that! Â So as much as these kids want to be one day named along side of Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley and Larry Bird. Â Don’t think for a second that they don’t want to me mentioned alongside street legends likeÂ Pee Wee Kirkland,Â Joe “The Destroyer” HammondÂ andÂ Earl “The Goat” ManigaultÂ just as much; and Yauch was able to capture this feeling withÂ accuracyÂ inÂ Gunnin’ for that Number #1 Spot.