This week's installment of the Blue Devil Vault features former Duke national champion Kyle Singler, who finished his career ranked fourth on Duke's all-time scoring list. Singler, whose 2.392 career points trail only J.J. Redick (2,769), Johnny Dawkins (2,556) and Christian Laettner (2,460) was an All-America in 2011.
Singler was a key component in Duke's 2010 national championship team and was named MVP of the Final Four. He scored 21 points in the Final Four victory over West Virginia and followed with 19 points in the 61-59 championship win over Butler. Singler was drafted 33rd overall in the 2011 NBA Draft and spent his first professional season playing overseas in Spain. He returned to play his first NBA season for the Detroit Pistons in 2012-13, averaging 8.8 points and 4.0 rebounds per game.
Check out the attached video to hear Singler's thoughts on his first NBA season, his favorite Cameron Indoor Stadium memory and more.
Blue Devil Vault: Chris Carrawell