Kyle Singler Proves Pistons Can Score, Releases Beautiful Trick-Shot Video

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 27, 2012

The greatest moment of the Detroit Pistons' season happens to be a Kyle Singler trick-shot video. 

The record may read 4-11, but there is finally reason to smile for fans hit hard by their team's ineptitude.

This video (h/t Guyism) features Pistons small forward and former Duke standout Kyle Singler draining buckets, something fairly rare in Detroit at the moment. 

As far as trick-shot videos go, this one is pretty sweet. 

It starts with the requisite behind-the-back shot that swishes but quickly escalates to shots that will keep you satiated until the very end of the video. 

All the while, you get to see some fantastic shots of the Detroit area, even Comerica Park and Ford Field, where Singler manages to get baskets in creative ways. 

Really, though, the best shot comes at the end, when the 24-year old bounces a ball off a moving car, banking it in for two, very Detroit. 

There is one thing Pistons fans haven't been able to say much this season, and that's "buckets." The team is scoring a shade over 93 points per game, which is good for 25th in the league. 

As for Singler, he is a near double-digit player, averaging 9.8 points per game. Perhaps the team needs to bust out some trick shots during the home stand. 

If nothing else, it takes the focus off the wins and losses. 

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