NBA Mock Draft 2011: All 30 Picks, Kyle Singler to Spurs at No. 29
2011 NBA Mock Draft Sends Multi-Talented Forward To San Antonio Spurs
As San Antonio works on replacing its aging core, it has brought in talented backcourt players like George Hill and Gary Neal. Looking to do the same for the frontcourt, the Spurs tab Duke standout Kyle Singler.
Singler was a combo forward even at the college level, and his lack of bulk will likely make him a full-time SF as a pro. He’s got the length, at 6’8”, to be a valuable rebounder from that position, though he’ll need to work on getting quicker defensively.
Singler isn’t a scorer who will take over games, but he’ll knock down shots when he has the opportunity, and he’s got some respectable post moves. He’s a decent ballhandler and a terrific passer for a forward.
Having won a national title at Duke, Singler has the winning mentality that the Spurs like. He’s also a smart, coachable player who will fit well in San Antonio.
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