Singletary Struggles in Kings' Loss

By: Marc Davis Email
By: Marc Davis Email

July 16, 2008

Sean Singletary started, but struggled to get shots away in the Kings' 93-71 loss to Mavericks in NBA Summer League action on Wednesday. Sacramento falls to 2-1 with two games remaining in their session.

As for the former Cavalier, he scored two points on 1-of-6 shooting from the floor. Singletary dished out two assists, pulled down five rebounds, and came away with one steal in the losing effort. He has now started all three summer league games for Sacramento. Spencer Hawes led the Kings with 17 points. Gerald Green scored a game high 18 for Dallas.

Singletary played 29:15, his lowest minutes total of the summer league session. He is averaging just under seven points per game in Las Vegas. Singletary and the Kings will battle Golden State on Friday, before closing out the session with Houston on Sunday.

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