In his first career start, Kyle Singler is having a great night for the Pistons with 13 points on 6-for-12 shooting against the Philadelphia 76ers as I type this. But in the first half, Singler made a vintage Singler from his Duke days play, colliding head-first with Kwame Brown’s ample backside, getting up, staying in the game and knocking down an open three moments later. He’s brought elements of toughness, energy and shooting to the starting lineup that, to this point, had been missing from that unit.
Also funny — how the couple of vocal complainers about Singler getting the starting spot tonight from earlier today have been strangely silent during tonight’s game. Jodi? Sebastian? Where you bros at tonight?