20 Facts About Sean Singletary


Sean Michael-Eli Singletary was born on September 6,1985 and is an American retired professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association and other professional leagues.


Sean Singletary played college basketball at the University of Virginia, where his jersey is retired.


Sean Singletary was a football player in high school, excelling at wide receiver, but he gave up the sport to focus on basketball.


On March 9,2008, against the University of Maryland, Sean Singletary scored his 2,000th career point and finished the game with 2,002 points, and finished his career as the fifth-highest all-time scorer in school history with 2,079 points.


Sean Singletary joined greats Greivis Vasquez, Johnny Dawkins, and Danny Ferry as the only four players in ACC history to record 2,000 career points, 500 career assists, and 400 career rebounds; adding his 200 career steals makes him the only ACC player to ever record each of those four milestones.


Sean Singletary averaged 10.5 points per game, as well as 3.9 assists per contest in his rookie campaign.


Sean Singletary ranked first among ACC freshmen in assists and steals, second in minutes played and third in scoring.


Sean Singletary was a co-captain of the Cavaliers and was named First-team All-ACC selection by SI.


Sean Singletary became one of the elite point guards in the country his junior year, scoring in double digits in all but one game.


Sean Singletary finished the season first on his team and third in the ACC in scoring with 19.0 points per game.


On March 6,2007, Sean Singletary was named to the first team All-Atlantic Coast Conference team for the second consecutive season and was named as a third team All-American by the National Association of Basketball coaches.


Sean Singletary scored 23 points and had 9 assists in a 27-point win over UAlbany.


Sean Singletary confirmed to head coach Dave Leitao that he would return for his senior year season just hours before the 5 pm draft withdrawal deadline.


Sean Singletary was among conference leaders in the ACC in several statistical categories.


Sean Singletary had his highest scoring game on March 1,2008 against Miami, when he scored 41 points.


Sean Singletary's last collegiate basketball game was a loss against Bradley University at home, in the College Basketball Invitational Tournament.


Sean Singletary scored 17 points in the game and received a standing ovation from his loyal fans for his legendary career as a Cavalier.


Sean Singletary signed with the Philadelphia 76ers in September 2009, but was waived in October of that year.


Sean Singletary played his last game with Caja Laboral on April 17,2010.


Sean Singletary was waived by the team on April 5,2013, due to an injury.