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A sweet shooting rookie from the University of North Carolina, Reggie Bullock is yet another shooter that management added this summer.
Bullock was known for playing solid defense at North Carolina and proved he could score the ball during his stint on the Clippers’ summer league team.
He might not see many minutes early, but allows the team to groom a young perimeter player, while feeling confident that he can play as a rookie if needed.
Ryan Hollins is back as the Clippers third center. The energetic Hollins played well in spurts for the team last season, but will have a hard time finding guaranteed minutes this season.
The team has plenty of options in the front court, but Doc Rivers is familiar with Hollins, having coached him in 2011-12 with the Boston Celtics.
Surprisingly, Willie Green started 60 games last season for the Los Angeles Clippers. Due to Chauncey Billups being injured most of the season, Green was called upon to start next to Chris Paul and nail corner threes.
Although he likely will not start many, if any, games this season. Green’s professionalism and outside shooting will likely keep him on the active roster.