With 26 NBA scouts in attendance, it seemed that Leonard Hamilton’s M.O. was to have Chris Singleton demonstrate his versatility. He guarded all five positions, spent some time shadowing Shumpert, roamed loose in the passing lanes while he guarded lesser players, shot from outside, showed off his midrange game, and even was called upon to single handedly break the press on multiple occasions. He finished with 16 points (on a ridiculously efficient 6 shots), 10 rebounds and 2 steals. In the sideshow, FSU won 72–63, in a 68 possession game.
FSU never trailed, and held a comfortable lead most of the way until Georgia Tech made a run to cut it to 7 with 4:57 remaining. But
This was a must win for the Noles. It will only marginally help our resume, but it’s essential not to suffer any more bad losses. We’re now 7-3 in conference with