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The first thing that pops out about Bullock is his perimeter game. He was able sink 43.6 percent of his three-point attempts as a junior. And many of those were from NBA range.
He'll consistently bury spot-up, step-back and pull-up threes with confidence.
He also excels as a rebounder for his position. He pulled in 6.4 per game at the 3 last season. Playing six fewer minutes at the 2 the year before, he still raked in 5.1 per contest.
No matter which position he plays in the NBA, he will be able to impact the boards.
Bullock isn't a flashy passer by any means, but he has great vision and is more than willing to dish out low-risk passes to cutters and open shooters in the corners. He is very aware of everything going down on the court.
He dished out 2.9 assists to just 1.2 turnovers per game as a junior.
Shooting is clearly his nest asset, but his defense is a close second. He is an excellent on-ball defender, though he doesn't possess great lateral quickness.
His length makes up for that a little, though. Bullock stands at 6'7", with a 6'9" wingspan.
He's more of a show stopper than a turnover junkie, but he did snatch 1.3 assists per game last season. And after working in Roy Williams' system, he understands how to turn a steal into a quick score with his transition game,
Again, he is very aware of his surroundings, so he doesn't get greedy and overlook the trailer. But if he takes it all the way, he's a superior finisher.
He just lacks a little flash there, too.