SEPTEMBER 30: Singler has signed with the Spanish club Obradoiro, Carchia reports. His contract includes an escape clause in case he receives an NBA offer.
SEPTEMBER 28: Former Thunder forward Kyle Singler has agreed to terms with a team in Spain, according to Emiliano Carchia of Sportando. However, the deal has not yet been officially announced and the identity of Singler’s new team remains unclear.
Carchia hears from a source that Joventut Badalona could be the team signing Singler, since the Spanish club just parted ways with another former NBA forward, Quincy Miller. Carchia also reports (via Twitter) that Singler’s new contract in Spain will include a EuroLeague out.
Singler, 30, spent the last three and a half seasons in Oklahoma City, but saw his production and his role decline during his time in OKC. In 2017/18, the ex-Piston appeared sparingly in just 12 games. He was waived by the Thunder for financial reasons last month, with the club eating the $5MM remaining on his contract.
Before he began his NBA career, Singler spent time with Lucentum Alicante and Real Madrid as a draft-and-stash player, so he has previous experience in the Spanish League (Liga ACB).