Bullock has averaged 6.3 minutes, 0.5 rebounds and 0.3 turnovers for the Pistons' 2015-16 season. Bullock has received limited playing time this season and hasn't been much of an offensive threat, scoring no points so far for the Pistons. The shooting guard grabbed two rebounds, suffered one turnover, and has yet to record anything else for Detroit. Unless his playing time increases and Detroit allows him more opportunities, Bullock could continue to see similar numbers in upcoming games.
The Pistons have picked up the 2016-17 option on the 2016-17 contract of point guard Reggie Bullock. After entering training camp on shaky ground to win a roster spot, Bullock turned in an outstanding preseason, finishing as a double-digit scorer in three of his six games while shooting a collective 13 of 25 from beyond the arc. Not only did that performance earn him a roster spot and a guaranteed contract through the end of next season, but Bullock might also be a member of the rotation.
Bullock poured in 17 points (7-8 FG, 3-4 3Pt), four assists, and two rebounds over 24 minutes in Wednesday's preseason win over the Bulls. The Clippers were expecting games like these from Bullock when they drafted him late in the first round of the 2013 NBA Draft as a "D-and-three" wing in the mold of Danny Green, but the team's existing depth never afforded the former Tar Heel much of a chance at seeing playing time. With the move to Detroit, Bullock seemingly has an easier path to a rotation spot, though he doesn't project to see a notable load of minutes off the bench. In spite of the outstanding performance, Bullock looks to be no better than third on the depth chart at shooting guard behind Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Jodie Meeks.
The Suns officially completed their trade with the Pistons on Thursday, sending Marcus Morris, Reggie Bullock and Danny Granger to Detroit in exchange for a second-round pick, the team announced in a statement. Morris averaged a career-high 10.4 points and 4.8 rebounds last season. Granger and Bullock both saw limited action after being acquired by the Suns during the year.
In a move primarily made to free up cap space, the Suns shipped forwards Marcus Morris and Danny Granger, along with guard Reggie Bullock, to the Pistons for a second-round draft pick in 2020, per CBSSports.com NBA Insider Ken Berger. With the deal, the Suns now have more than $20 million available in which they might use to go after forward LaMarcus Aldridge. Morris averaged a career-high 10.4 points and 4.8 rebounds last season. Granger and Bullock both saw limited action after being acquired by the Suns during the year.
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