Bullock, Wilcox to miss Clippers' Summer League
JUL 7, 10:46p ET | Associated Press
Rotowire: Jul 2 / 12:53p ET
News: Bullock was traded from the Suns to the Pistons on Thursday, Yahoo! Sports reports. Marcus Morris and Danny Granger were also sent to the Pistons, and the Suns received a second-round pick and cap space in return.
Impact: Bullock was buried on the Clippers' bench as a rookie two seasons ago and then again buried on the bench with the Suns last season, but at 6-7, 205 pounds, Bullock has great size for a shooting guard in the NBA. Coach/president Stan Van Gundy is stockpiling wing players who have good size and who can guard multiple positions. Bullock fits that mold, and he should get at least a little more run on the Pistons than he did on his last two teams.
StatsLLC: Jul 2 / 12:00a ET
News: The Phoenix Suns have traded Bullock, Marcus Morris and Danny Granger to the Detroit Pistons for a future draft pick, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press
Impact: Bullock, a guard, averaged 1.9 points in 26 games with the Suns after a midseason trade last year.
Rotowire: Jun 17 / 12:51p ET
News: Bullock was traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Phoenix Suns in January. In 11 regular season games with the Suns, he averaged 0.4 points, 0.2 assists, 0.9 rebounds, 0.1 steals, and 0.2 blocks in seven minutes per game in 2014-15.
Impact: In his sophomore year, Bullock didn't make much noise in the NBA, getting ample minutes with the Clippers before being traded to the Suns. Following the trade, he bounced between the Suns' roster and their D-League affiliate team in Bakersfield for the rest of the season. If Brandon Knight departs in free agency, Bullock could see more minutes at shooting guard, but he's still behind several players in the rotation, so as a bench player, his production is likely to be limited for fantasy use.