Thankyou for twisting my words. No. Singler does not get much defensive attention. If the ball is not passed out to Singler, a guard, always the shortest player available from the other team, does keep track of him, but gets no where near him. Now, if the ball is passed out to Singler, that guard runs out to Singler, who passes the ball off, rather than recognizing that he should shoot the ball, since he has several inches in height over the guard charging out there. And really, he should be able to get his shot off faster so even if the person charging out there was taller, it would not matter. Anyway, its pretty obvious you are not actually watching the games, or you would already know which of our players get the defensive attention, including on the perimeter. Singler gets very little.