Kyle Singler won a national championship at Duke and graduated as one of the school's all-time leading scorers, but he's arguably just as well known for two videos that showcased his unreal predication for trick shots. The first the forward made was called "Kyle Gets Buckets," a spell-binding two minutes which was topped off with the "Dickie V" shot—an attempt from Cameron Indoor Stadium's "crow nest" (a perch in the upper rafters where the TV announcers sit) that bounced once and went in. The second, creatively called "Buckets 2.0," took the trick shots to new heights. I mean this literally. The dude made a shot from the top of the Chapel.
Now, Singler is on the Pistons and playing basketball for money, but he still carved out some time to make a video of shots he pulled off around Detroit. This one is pretty damn amazing, and while it doesn't contain anything on the level of the Chapel shot (I guess the GM Renaissance Center was off-limits?), he does... well... I don't want to spoil it. Take a look:
And if you want to check out the videos Singler made as a Blue Devil, here they are, courtesy of Duke Blue Planet: