As of 2023, Kyle Singler’s net worth is $3 million. His yearly salary was 4.35 million USD.
Kyle Singler is the basketball man who sparked his career in American and Chinese basketball. As a small forward player, he ran after the ball on the basketball court, and his shooting style is right. He finished his college career with the Duke men’s basketball team. He won Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four for his contribution to their 2010 NCAA championship run in his college career. With his successful career, this man made his name memorable to the basketball-loving people of America.
Salary Accumulation Chart:
|Total Salary Earned From NBA Career:||$22 Million|
|Average Annual Salary:||$2 million|
|Debut Season 2012-13 Salary:||$1 million|
|Highest Paid Season 2016-17:||$4.8 million|
|Total Salary Earned From Detroit Pistons:||$2 million|
|Salary Earned From Oklahoma City Thunder:||$20 million|
Kyle Singler Full Biography: Personal Life
Kyle Singler was born in Medford, Oregon, on May 4, 1988. His full name is Kyle Edward Singler. He is the son of his parents, Ed Singler and Kris Singler. His brother, E.J. Singler, is also a basketball player who played for the Canterbury Rams of the New Zealand National Basketball League. He is the brother of a sister named Katen Singler.
|Full Name:||Kyle Edward Singler|
|Father Name:||Ed Singler|
|Mother Name:||Kris Singler|
|Sibling:||E.J. Singler, Katen Singler|
|Birth Date:||May 4, 1988|
|Birth Place:||Medford, Oregon, United States|
|College Education:||Duke University|
|Height:||6 feet 8 inches|
|Jersey Number:||5, 15, and 25|
|Current Age:||34 Years Old|
In his school life, he was a player at South Medford High School in Medford, Oregon.In his college life, he studied at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. During his studies at this college, he was a member of the Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team. The duration of his college career was from 2007 to 2011.
Kyle Singler stands 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 228 pounds. The age of this man is now 34.
Kyle Singler Basketball Career- Professional Life
In the 2011 NBA draft, the Detroit Pistons selected Kyle Singler 33rd overall in the 2nd round. The NBA debut of this man is on October 31, 2012. By wearing the jersey of the 25, 5, and 15, he played for NBA teams.
The start of his professional career was in 2011 and ended in 2019. In his professional career, he had the taste of American professional basketball, Valencian professional basketball, Spanish professional basketball, and Galician professional basketball.
At the beginning of his career, he served with the LEB Oro team Lucentum Alicante in 2011. In the 2011–2012 seasons, he played for Real Madrid’s Liga ACB team. He was a player for the Detroit Pistons from 2012 to 2015. He was a player for the Oklahoma City Thunder from 2015 to 2018. Under a contract with the Liga ACB team Obradoiro CAB, he ran after the ball in the field of basketball in the 2018–2019 seasons. In the last phase of his career, he wore the jerseys of the CB Canarias in 2019.
On October 17, 2019, Singler left the field of basketball permanently, announcing his retirement from professional basketball for personal reasons.
He took part in a total of 356 games in his six years in the arena of the NBA. The NBA career statistics of this man are:
- Points Percentage (PTS)-6.5
- Total Rebounds (TRB)-2.9
- Assists (AST)-0.8
- Field Goal Percentage (FG%)-41.8
- Field Goal Percentage 1 point (FG3%)-36.2
- Free Throw Percentage (FT%)-78.6
- Effective Field Goal Percentage (eFG%)-49.3
- Player Efficiency Rating (PER)-9.5
- Win Shares (WS)-10
Kyle Singler Achievements
Aside from NBA and Spanish basketball, he also represented the USA national team in a number of international events, bringing honors to the country. As a USA national basketball team member, he took part in the FIBA Under-18 Americas Championship and won the gold medal.
Kyle Singler has gotten lots of recognition in his career. He was a member of the NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 2013. He won the Spanish King’s Cup in 2012. This man played a role in the NCAA champion’s victory in 2010. He became the NCAA Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player in 2010. In 2011, he was named to the NABC Second Team All-American team. In 2010, and 2011, he was named to the first team all-ACC twice. He was named to the ACC’s second team in 2009. He was part of the third-team All-ACC in 2008. This man was honored to be the ACC Rookie of the Year in 2008. He became a McDonald’s All-American in 2007. He was part of the first-team Parade All-American in 2007. In 2006, he became a second-team Parade All-American.
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