Mar 22, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels guard Reggie Bullock (35) drives to the basket against Villanova Wildcats guard James Bell (32) in the first half during the second round of the 2013 NCAA tournament at the Sprint Center. Mandatory Credit: Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

Reggie Bullock: Draft Profile

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Reggie Bullock (small forward/shooting guard)

Height: 6’7”

Weight: 200 lbs

Wingspan: 6’8.75”

Max Vertical Leap: 36.5”

NBA Comparison:

Jared Dudley. Neither player has super athleticism, but Bullock has a little more size and athletic ability. Both players have a significantly better than average jumpshot that extends to the three-point arc. Both players are known as at least average to good defenders, especially for their athleticism. Both Dudley and Bullock aren’t going to be superstars and probably not All-Stars, but Dudley is and Bullock could be starters in the league which is better than the rest of us.

Strengths:

  • Great perimeter shooter
  • Rebounds the ball well for his size
  • Potential for elite defensive ability

Weaknesses:

  • Not elite level explosive or athletic, but decent
  • Not much creativity on offensive end
  • Not great lateral quickness

How he fits with the Suns:

Again, Suns need a playmaker and they already have Dudley, so Bullock would be redundant. Also, he would go in the late (but not end) of the first round, where Phoenix doesn’t have a pick. He should be a good pick-up for a playoff or championship contending team as a serviceable role player. With a team like Memphis that needed some perimeter shooting to combine with Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol down low, Bullock could make a significant contribution.

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