Singler can not defend a guard on the perimeter, except to go out and bother a shot with his height. But if asked to guard a guard on the perimeter, Singler gets beat off the dribble. Way to slow to play guard. As a small forward, I think they overlist his height a bit, plus, he is really slight of build, and simply has no ability to contend with a small forward who chooses to drive in on him. Which is why we put poor Stuckey on Jefferson in the Utah game. People who note that Singler moves a lot, are failing to notice the other team generally does not guard him much. As slow as he is, and as incapable to score when guarded at all, they figure they can worry about him later. Yes, he does know to exploit this lack of defensive attention. In short stints, he could be useful. Indeed, in the Phoenix game, Singler was plus 14 toward the end of the first half. Ended up minus 3. Phoenix at halftime adjusted to him being in the game, and started burning us the whole second half for having Singler in the game. Lucky to have pulled out a win in that one.