it’s fair to wonder if the rigors of the NBA schedule have hit him already.
"I think guys can hit it, I haven’t felt it yet," Singler said. "It’s all about your mental approach to it. We’ve been smart, haven’t practiced too long and too tough. I’ve been doing a great job with Arnie (Kander) as far as feeling healthy. Once your body breaks down, you can’t let your mind go."
Perhaps Singler saying he hasn’t hit the rookie wall is his way of not letting his mind go. If so, that’s fine. But whatever the issue, his shooting percentages (field-goal in blue and 3-point in red) are trending in the wrong direction.