Detroit Pistons rookie wing Kyle Singler released a trick shot video through the team's YouTube channel. In it, Singler goes all around the city of Detroit while making trick shots. Over fountains, down flights of stairs, at Comerica Park and Ford Field (where he kicked the ball over the uprights and into the basket), and off of a moving car; you name it, he probably made a bucket there. Take a look:
The rookie from Duke was known in college for his scoring abilities. He shot over 36 percent from three point range, and has gotten his NBA career off to a hot start, shooting almost 43 percent from deep. He's averaging over 25 minutes per game so far this season, and is putting up 9.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game.
Singler was the third pick in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft. Due to the lockout, he played last season in Spain before coming to the NBA for the 2012-13 season.