Reggie Bullock is the opposite of Jared Dudley. During his rookie season, if Bullock’s offense had matched the level of his defense, there’s a chance he could’ve stuck in the rotation.
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A noted three-point shooter in college (shot 38% from three at North Carolina), Bullock’s jump shot failed carry over, at least in every spot except for the left corner. This inconsistency could be due to the sporadic playing time Bullock received, only touching the floor when the wings ahead of him were out with injury or during garbage time victories in blowouts.
A good sign for Bullock is his ability to finish in the paint. The sample size is minuscule, but in his sophomore season, it’s only an area to build on. Once he finds a way for his three-pointer to jump to a respectable percentage, something near 34% to 37%, it’ll take no time for Bullock to become a rotation player, if not with the Clippers, then somewhere else in the NBA.