Earlier this year
Kings release Jeremy Tyler
What a shock. More minutes for Singh!!!!!!!
With eight games remaining in the Kings' 2017-2018 NBL campaign a determination was made that the promotion and development of prospects at the centre and power forward positions would be most beneficial for the Kings’ future.
Simultaneously, Tyler's release allows him the freedom to explore future plans which are anticipated to include a summer program designed to enhance his future high-level ambitions.
"We thank Jeremy Tyler for his efforts since he joined the Kings midway through the season and we wish him all the best as he takes on his next challenge," Sydney Kings Managing Director Jeff Van Groningen stated.
"He is an undoubted talent and his skill set is unique. However, at this time we are keen to look closely at some of the young big men both on our roster and on the edge of it."
"We believe Isaac Humphries is an exciting player and possesses attributes that, combined with hard work, could see him achieve great heights down the line, while Dane Pineau's development this season has been pleasing. We have youngsters Deng Acouth (211cm) and Darcy Malone (213cm) as part of our development player list and we anticipate they'll get a chance to experience being part of the squad at some stage over the remaining eight games.