Reggie Bullock
Reggie Bullock
29-Year-Old GuardG
New York Knicks
2019 Fantasy Outlook
After a strong 2018-19 campaign had Bullock in line for a strong payday with the Knicks, back problems emerged and the swingman was forced to undergo surgery to address a cervical disc herniation. As a result, Bullock signed a cheaper deal with the Knicks and will now be forced to miss about a month of the regular season. Once healthy, Bullock should have the opportunity to be a key contributor off the bench, as he is coming off a strong campaign split with the Pistons and Lakers. Bullock really shined in Detroit, shooting 38.8 percent from three on his way to averaging 12.1 points per game as a full-time starter. The only thing that could stop Bullock from playing a bigger role in New York would be the team's likely emphasis on the development of its younger talent, as R.J. Barrett will certainly be the full-time starter at shooting guard while the likes of Allonzo Trier and Damyean Dotson will also be fighting for minutes in the backcourt. But if the Knicks are looking to be as competitive as possible, a healthy Bullock should serve as a key member of the rotation. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a two-year, $8.2 million contract with the Knicks in July of 2019.
Personal Bio

Reginald Ryedell Bullock was born in Baltimore in 1991. The son of Reggie Bullock Sr. and Danielle Long, Bullock played high school basketball at Kinston High School in Kinston, North Carolina, where he went to three straight state championships, winning two. As a senior, Bullock had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three steals in 2010 state finals, winning the 2010 Associated Press Player of the Year in North Carolina. Bullock moved on to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he majored in communications. Bullock is heavily involved in causes supporting the LGBTQ community and made a $25,000 donation to GLAAD in the summer of 2018 to honor his late sister. As a member of the Detroit Pistons organization, he participated in the Pistons Player Ticket Section which provides tickets to underprivileged groups to attend home games. You can follow Reggie Bullock on Twitter @ReggieBullock35 and on Instagram @Y0bull.

College/International Summary

Reggie Bullock spent three seasons (2010 to 2013) with North Carolina and learned how to be a 3-point sharpshooter under coach Roy Williams. The 6-foot-7 forward came off the bench in 27 games as a freshman. He averaged 6.1 points and 2.8 rebounds and topped out at 18 points in a win over Clemson. On Feb. 27, 2011, Bullock tore the MCL in his left knee and missed the rest of the season. Bullock continued to come off the bench at the start of his sophomore season, but started the final 18 games of the season. He provided 8.8 points and hit 38.2 percent of his 3-pointers. The guard had 17 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in a NCAA Tournament win over Ohio as the team reached the Elite Eight. Bullock became a full-time starter as a junior in 2012-13 and averaged 13.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest. The guard hit 88 3-pointers and converted 43.6 percent of his long-range shots. Bullock scored a season-high 24 points in a win over Maryland. He had three double-doubles in four games near the end of ACC play. Bullock was named to the All-ACC Second Team and declared for the 2013 draft with one season of eligibility remaining.

Logs 20 minutes versus Jazz
GNew York Knicks
March 4, 2020
Bullock (illness) tallied four points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt), five rebounds and one assist in 20 minutes during Wednesday's 112-104 loss to the Jazz.
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Bullock rejoined the rotation following a two-game absence due to an illness and was one of nine Knicks to see 20-plus minutes. Nevertheless, Bullock made a minimal impact from a statistical perspective and doesn't warrant much attention beyond deeper leagues.
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Reggie Bullock was drafted in the first round (25th overall) by the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2013 NBA Draft. He made his NBA debut on Opening Night, Oct. 29, scoring two points in a loss to the Lakers. As a rookie, he appeared in 17 of the Clippers' first 21 games. A sprained right ankle then forced Bullock to miss 26 games in December through early February. He filled a minor role off the bench for 11 straight games from Feb. 7 to March 6. The rookie subsequently appeared in just 10 of the the Clippers' last 19 games. On March 16, Bullock posted a career-high 14 points in a blowout win over Cleveland. All in all, Bullock appeared in 43 games for Los Angeles. He posted per-game averages of 2.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 0.5 made three-pointers over 9.2 minutes per contest. The Clippers finished 57-25 and beat the Warriors in the first round of the playoffs. They then lost to the Thunder in the second round. Bullock appeared in two of the Clippers' 13 playoff games, totaling two points and one assist.

2014

The 2014-15 season was one of challenge and change for the second-year guard. He started the season with the Clippers. Bullock played in 12 of the Clippers' first 17 games and averaged 3.2 points and 10.0 minutes per contest. On Nov. 3, Bullock posted what would be a season-high 12 points on his first appearance of the season. An early December ankle injury forced the outside shooter to miss eight of LA's next nine games. From Dec. 20 to Jan. 11, Bullock appeared in 12 straight games for the Clippers. On Jan. 3, Bullock delivered 10 points and four rebounds in a win over the Sixers. Then on Jan. 15, the wing was traded to the Phoenix Suns as part of a three-team deal that saw Austin Rivers join the Clippers. In 25 games with Los Angeles, Bullock averaged 2.6 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.6 made three-pointers over 10.5 minutes per game. Unfortunately, Bullock would see less playing time with Phoenix. The Suns sent Bullock to the Bakersfield Jam of the D-League for two separate stints in late January and February in order to give a him a run of extended play. In four games with Bakersfield, the wing averaged 23.8 points, 9.8 rebounds and 3.0 made three-pointers over 35 minutes per contest. But with Phoenix, playing time was hard to come by. From Feb. 20 to Apr. 10, Bullock appeared in nine of the Suns' 26 games, averaging eight minutes per contest. On April 10 against the Pelicans, Bullock suffered a concussion and missed the last two games of the season.

2015

In July 2015, Reggie Bullock was traded by Phoenix with Danny Granger and Marcus Morris to the Detroit Pistons for a 2020 second-round draft pick. Detroit would now be Bullock's third NBA team in three seasons. Detroit eventually offered Bullock more playing time, though it took a while for the wing to convince the Pistons' brass that he deserved the opportunity. From the season's start to Dec. 18, Bullock appeared in 14 of Detroit's first 28 games and averaged 0.4 points over 6.0 minutes per contest. The Pistons sent Bullock to the D-League Grand Rapids Drive for one game of extra playing time. Bullock shined, producing 29 points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals i a Dec. 19 contest with the Drive. He returned to the Pistons, but playing time was still hard to come by. On Feb. 10, Bullock had surgery to repair a broken nose. Finally, during a Feb. 24 blowout win over Washington, Bullock received 26 minutes of playing time and delivered a career-high 16 points on 6-for-9 shooting. From Feb. 24 to March 19, Bullock appeared in 12 of Detroit's 13 games, averaging 7.0 points over 19.0 minutes per contest. For the season, Bullock appeared in 37 games for Detroit and generated 3.3 points, 1.8 rebounds and 0.6 made threes over a career-high 11.6 minutes per game. Detroit made the playoffs, but it lost to Cleveland in the first round. Bullock appeared in the team's first two playoff games before a nerve issue in his left leg forced him to miss the Pistons' last two postseason contests.

2016

The 2016-17 campaign marked Bullock's second year with the Pistons and his fourth in the league. Unfortunately, Bullock battled multiple injury issues throughout the season. During preseason, it appeared that Bullock would be the back-up to Kentavious Caldwell-Pope at shooting guard. However, back spasms forced Bullock to miss Detroit's first 12 regular-season games. He made his season debut Nov. 18 and chipped in five points during a loss at Cleveland. That started a four-game playing streak for Bullock. But, on Nov. 23, Bullock was forced from a game with a knee injury. Two days later, he was diagnosed with a torn meniscus in his left knee. Surgery was performed Dec. 4,with Bullock slated to miss four-to-six weeks for recovery. On Jan. 13, Bullock returned to the hardwood and supplied seven points, three assists and two steals during a loss at Utah. The sharpshooter would play in eight straight games before an illness and then a right foot sprain forced Bullock to miss occasional games in February and March. On April 12, Bullock scored a career-high 17 points during a loss at Orlando. Overall, Bullock appeared in 31 games for the Pistons and posted per-game averages of 4.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 0.6 steals and 0.9 made three-pointers over 15 minutes per contest. All of those figures were career highs.

2017

For the 2017-18 season, Reggie Bullock returned to Detroit after appearing in only 31 games last season due to various injuries. This year, Bullock's role grew substantially as the season progressed. After seeing minimal playing time early in the season, Bullock carved out a significant role from mid-December onward. He ended up starting 52 of his career-high 62 games played. Bullock averaged a career-high 11.3 points per game. By comparison, his previous high-water mark was 4.5 points. Bullock poured in 20 or more points in eight different occasions. On Dec. 17, Bullock scored a career-high 20 points, to go with five rebounds, during a win over Orlando. On Dec. 30, Bullock delivered a new career-high 22 points in a win over the Spurs. Bullock also proved to be an asset in other areas. Bullock's per game averages of 2.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 0.8 steals were all also career highs. Yet Bullock's most impressive trait was his ability to shoot the three-ball. The University of North Carolina product knocked down 2.0 threes per game while draining a remarkable 44.5 percent of his shots from downtown. The Pistons ended the year at 39-43 and missed the playoffs.

2018

The 2018-19 season marked Bullock's sixth year in the league, and he tied his career high in points (11.3 per game), while setting highs in assists (2.0 per game), rebounds (2.7 per game), free throws (1.2 makes per game), three-pointers made (2.3 per game) and minutes (29.8 per game). Bullock is known for his three-point game, shooting 39.2 percent for his career. His free-throw efficiency is also impressive, shooting 82.8 percent for his career. He improved it from 79.6 percent in 2017-2018 to 85.9 percent in 2018-19. Bullock had a very strong four-game stretch from Dec. 15 through Dec. 21, averaging 20.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 1.5 assists on 54.5 percent from the field and 51.4 percent from three-point range. He had a season-high 33 points, shooting 7-of-12 from three in a win against Minnesota during this stretch. He had another strong stretch from Jan. 2 to Jan. 18 when he scored double-digits for nine straight games and two games scoring 19 points. In February, Bullock was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, playing his first game with the new team on Feb. 10. Bullock remained consistent from the floor with his new team, shooting nearly identical field-goal percentages (41.3 percent with Detroit, 41.2 percent with Los Angeles). He was a key part of the roster after the trade, starting 16 of the 19 games he played for the Lakers. The Lakers needed a three-and-D scorer, and Bullock was praised by teammate LeBron James saying, "We love everything he brings on the defensive end [and] his ability to knock down shots." He demonstrated this by scoring 18 points, dishing three assists, and grabbing three rebounds while shooting 4-of-6 from beyond the arc during a 28-point win over the Pelicans on Mar. 31.

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Transaction History
  • June 27, 2013
    Drafted by the Los Angeles Clippers in the 1st round (25th pick) of the 2013 NBA Draft.
  • July 8, 2013
    Signed a multi-year rookie contract with the Los Angeles Clippers
  • January 15, 2015
    As part of a 3-team trade, traded by the Los Angeles Clippers to the Phoenix Suns; the Boston Celtics traded Austin Rivers to the Los Angeles Clippers; the Los Angeles Clippers traded Chris Douglas-Roberts and a 2017 2nd round draft pick (Jabari Bird was later selected) to the Boston Celtics; and the Phoenix Suns traded Shavlik Randolph to the Boston Celtics.
  • July 9, 2015
    Traded by the Phoenix Suns with Danny Granger and Marcus Morris to the Detroit Pistons for a 2020 2nd round draft pick.
  • July 14, 2017
    Signed a two-year contract with the Detroit Pistons. Second year of the agreement is a team option.
  • July 15, 2018
    Pistons exercised team option for 2018-19 season.
  • February 6, 2019
    Traded by the Detroit Pistons to the Los Angeles Lakers for Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and a 2021 2nd round draft pick.
  • July 16, 2019
    Signed a two-year agreement with the New York Knicks.
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Bullock started the 2017-18 campaign on a five-game suspension and then struggled to stay in the rotation for roughly the first two months of the season before finally being given a chance for extended run. By mid-December, Bullock earned a starting role and ended up working with the top unit in 52 of the career-high 62 games he played in. His workload would become even more secure following the Blake Griffin addition, as that sent Avery Bradley to Los Angeles in the corresponding move and opened up a much clearer path to playing time on the wing. As a result, Bullock nearly doubled his time on the court with 27.9 minutes per game compared to 15.1 a year prior. The added time on the court allowed Bullock to up his production across the board and he finished the year with averages of 11.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists. Most notably, however, was his work as a three-point threat, as Bullock knocked down 2.0 deep balls per game at a blistering 44.5 percent clip. Heading into the upcoming season, Bullock appears primed to reclaim his role in the top unit, though it's unclear if that will be alongside Stanley Johnson again, or if coach Dwane Casey will go with a guy like Luke Kennard or Glenn Robinson. He split last season between both shooting guard and small forward and will likely continue to play both positions depending on which of the aforementioned players is on the court as well. Bullock doesn't provide the coveted multi-category production that Fantasy owners look for, but his work beyond the arc should bring him into consideration as a three-point specialist in deeper leagues.
Bullock's second year with the Pistons, and fourth season overall, was his best yet. He averaged a career-high 15.1 minutes per game, while boosting his averages of 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds in 2015-16 to 4.5 and 2.1, respectively. He continued to shoot well from the field at 42.2 percent, while also showing a reliable three-point stroke once again at 38.4 percent from deep. His improvement was rewarded with a two-year, $5 million contract extension in the offseason. However, that doesn't necessarily mean Bullock's in for a much bigger role. The Pistons let Kentavious Caldwell-Pope go in free agency, but then traded for Avery Bradley, who should take on the bulk of the shooting guard minutes. The team also selected Luke Kennard in the first round of the 2017 NBA Draft, which could further complicate Bullock's path to playing time. While Bullock can play both spots on the wing, look for a similar or slightly smaller workload during the upcoming campaign, which should keep him off the radar in the majority of standard formats.
Drafted in the first round by the Clippers in 2013 as a prototypical 3-and-D wing, Bullock's career has yet to really get off the ground, as he's only appeared in 116 games over three seasons while averaging 10.0 minutes per contest. The Pistons acquired him from the Suns last summer and didn't really hand him many opportunities behind starting wings Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Marcus Morris, with Bullock finishing the campaign with just 37 appearances and averages of 3.3 points, 1.8 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 0.6 three-pointers in 11.6 minutes per game. If there's a silver lining, it's that Bullock made a bigger impact when top reserve Stanley Johnson was injured for seven games in the second half. During that pivotal stretch in late February and early March, Bullock helped the Pistons surge back into playoff positioning while playing 23.3 minutes per game and averaging 9.0 points on 55 percent shooting from the field. His role declined when Johnson returned, but with coach Stan Van Gundy stating in the offseason that he hopes to reduce the minutes loads for Caldwell-Pope and Morris, Bullock could see his playing time increase in 2016-17. It's probably not going to be significant enough for Bullock to produce lasting fantasy value, but he could make for a decent DFS target or short-term pickup if either Caldwell-Pope or Morris fall victim to an injury.
After spending the first two seasons of his career dealing with being injured or stuck at the bottom of the depth chart on the Clippers and then the Suns, Bullock was traded to the Pistons this summer as part of the Marcus Morris salry dump. It's almost not even worth reviewing Bullock's stats in the NBA over the last two seasons, because he barely played. Where he did get a little run was in the D-League. Through four games with the Bakersfield Jam last season, Bullock averaged 23.8 points, 3.0 three-pointers, 9.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.5 steals, and 1.3 blocks. Those numbers are not the best representation of what he'll become in the NBA, but they can help highlight some of the 6-7 guard/forward's best skills. He's a competent rebounder and wonderful shooter with great size for defending the wing positions. Though the Pistons seem to have their core wing rotation metered out between Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Marcus Morris, and Stanley Johnson, Bullock could edge his way into the conversation during training camp.
Entering his second NBA season, Bullock is unlikely to play a significant role in the Clippers' rotation out of the gate. If the opportunity arises, he has value as a potential three-point threat in the Clippers' potent offense. However, some serious breaks would have to go his way, or he would have to show massive improvement to force the coaching staff's hand to receive more than spot minutes. Expect to see him on the floor in garbage time or taking a stint in the D-League to get some run.
Bullock was drafted 25th overall in this summer's draft, but joins a Clippers team with strong wing depth, likely limiting his involvement during his rookie campaign. When he sees the floor, Bullock is a knock-down shooter and a decent rebounder for his position as well.
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Cleared to return
GNew York Knicks
March 4, 2020
Bullock (illness) will play Wednesday against Utah, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
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Out again Monday
GNew York Knicks
Illness
March 2, 2020
Bullock (illness) will not play Monday against the Rockets, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
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Questionable Monday
GNew York Knicks
Illness
March 2, 2020
Bullock (illness) is questionable for Monday's tilt with Houston, Adam Spolane of Sports Radio 610 Houston reports.
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Out with illness
GNew York Knicks
Illness
February 29, 2020
Bullock has been ruled out of Saturday's game against the Bulls due to an illness, Chris Iseman of The Bergen Record reports.
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Moving to bench
GNew York Knicks
February 24, 2020
Bullock will move to the bench for Monday's game against Houston, Chris Iseman of The Record reports.
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