Reggie Bullock Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/16/1991 (31)
- North Carolina
Reggie Bullock Last 10 Games
Reggie Bullock News
Dallas Mavericks forward Reggie Bullock (neck) has been able to shake off a questionable tag and is ready to play Friday versus Denver. The 31-year-old sniper has been dealing with a neck strain for a bit, but it doesn't appear to be serious enough for him to miss any game time. Bullock is having a pretty strange season, as he eats up plenty of minutes as a starter but hasn't really contributed a lot, at least not in ways that would pop up on the box score. He is averaging only 4.9 points for the season with 2.9 rebounds and 0.9 assists. Bullock, who's been shooting nearly 40 percent from deep for his career, has even struggled with his bread and butter, going only 29.2 percent from downtown. He's a very unreliable fantasy option and should be avoided unless the times are very desperate.
Dallas Mavericks small forward Reggie Bullock (neck) has been tagged as questionable to play in Friday's game vs. the Nuggets due to a strained neck. The sharpshooter has scuffled mightily by his standards from long range this season, knocking down just 29.2% from deep; he went 0-for-6 en route to a scoreless performance in his most recent appearance Wednesday. An absence from Bullock on the wing would open up more shots for Tim Hardaway Jr. and Spencer Dinwiddie, while Josh Green would likely step into an elevated role. Fantasy managers will want to confirm Bullock's status prior to tip as he has yet to miss a game this year and has been an integral part of Dallas' starting five.
Dallas Mavericks guard/forward Reggie Bullock (neck) is questionable to play Tuesday against the Los Angeles Clippers. Bullock was limited to a season-low 17 minutes on Saturday and is in danger of missing his first game of the season. If Bullock is unable to go, look for Tim Hardaway Jr. and Josh Green to pick up the slack on Tuesday. Hardaway would be a good stream for points and threes while Green is more of a steals streamer.
Dallas Mavericks guard Reggie Bullock failed to convert all of his field goal attempts during Game 5. However, Bullock turned it around on Thursday and helped his team get the win. He scored 19 points with seven rebounds and two steals in the Game 6 victory over the Phoenix Suns. This 19-point effort marks a postseason-high for Bullock who has been inconsistent throughout the playoffs. The Mavericks will need Bullock to continue shooting well during Sunday's Game 7 matchup.