HoopsHype Chris Singleton rumors

June 15, 2011 Updates

I think Brooks is definitely among the players who have impressed the Bobcats. I think Florida State's Chris Singleton and Southern California big man Nikola Vucevic have also caught their fancy. Charlotte Observer

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Singleton defended so well against one of the draft class' best scorers, Jordan Hamilton of Texas, in the workout that he was ready to seek out established competition. Namely, Thornton - a top-notch scorer who is also from Florida State. "I'm from Atlanta, so I'm not scared of anybody. I'm going to bring that toughness to whatever team drafts me," he said. "I feel like I'm the modern-day Scottie Pippen. I feel like I can do it all: pass, shoot, dribble and play defense." San Francisco Chronicle

May 31, 2011 Updates

The Warriors will begin working out college players at their downtown Oakland practice facility, in preparation for the June 23 NBA draft. The first workouts are scheduled for Tuesday, with the following players expected to participate: Swingman Jordan Hamilton, Texas; guard Jeremy Hazell, Seton Hall; forward Gary Johnson, Texas; forward Chris Singleton, Florida State; forward Mychel Thompson, Pepperdine; forward Chris Wright, Dayton. CSNBayArea.com

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When asked if his game is reminiscent of any players, past or present, Singleton didn't hesitate. A grin crept across his face and he replied, "Just like I have been telling reporters and NBA teams, I feel like I'm the modern-day (Scottie) Pippen. I feel like I can do it all: pass, shoot, dribble, and play defense. I mean, I think I'm the perfect guy in any system you put me in and I'm just ready to take on the challenges." HoopsWorld

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Is Florida State’s top player making an early jump to the NBA? Forward Chris Singleton, who led the Seminoles in scoring (13.1) and rebounding (6.8) this season, is expected to announce his decision Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET on Ustream.com. But it seems FSU officials have jumped the gun. The school released an email to the media late Tuesday night regarding Singleton. The last paragraph states: "Singleton, who is going to finish the semester academically, will be only 24 credit hours shy of earning his degree in interdisciplinary social studies. He has committed to earning six of those hours in the first session of summer school and will begin his professional career well in reach of earning his degree. Singleton has plans to return to school -- and has promised his mother -- that he will earn his degree from Florida State." FOXSports Florida

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