Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports on Twitter that the Portland Trail Blazers have agreed to sign University of Oregon forward E.J. Singler to a training camp contract.
Joe Freeman of The Oregonian confirmed the report.
Update (Monday): The Blazers confirmed the signing in a release on Wednesday.
Singler, who spent four years at Oregon, joined the Blazers for pre-draft workouts on June 7 and June 19. He was not ranked in the DraftExpress.com top 100 and he eventually went undrafted in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Here's some information from his pre-draft profile.
Played four seasons at the University of Oregon, where he averaged 10.9 points (44.3% FG, 37.3% 3-PT, 84.8% FT), 5.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 0.77 steals and 29.3 minutes in 142 games ... Earned All-Pac-12 First Team honors as a senior in 2012-13 after averaging 11.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and career highs in assists (2.8) and minutes (31.0) ... Finished his career ranked first in school history in wins (89), sixth in career free throw percentage (84.8%) and 11th in Oregon history in scoring (1,546)
Singler was Oregon's 6A High School Player of the Year in 2009. His older brother, Kyle, is a forward for the Detroit Pistons.
Here's Singler's GoDucks.com profile page.
Earlier this month, the Blazers signed guard Dee Bost to a training camp contract as they eye talent for their D-League affiliate, the Idaho Stampede.
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