Kyle Singler went from not interested in playing in Europe, to signing with a Spanish team with an out clause for after the lockout ended, to staying in Spain for the entire season. Now, he's not so sure he wants to return to the team that drafted him for next season either [via MLIVE]:
"I haven't made up my mind yet," Singler responded. "I can stay for another year or I can go back. I really don't know. I'm not leaning one way or the other. I'm concentrated and focused on playing here right now and winning basketball games."
In a December interview with the Associated Press, Singler said he hadn't talked much to the Pistons after signing to stay in Spain. He echoed those comments with HoopsHype. Those conversations figure to pick up once Real Madrid's season comes to an end.
It has been said here before, but again, who could blame him when he looks overseas to a team that has five wins in 25 games and a logjam at his playing position, including Tayshaun Prince, who is inexplicably under contract for another three seasons.