Reggie Bullock Hosted LGBTQ Pride Night After Transgender Sister's Death

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistMarch 31, 2018

Detroit Pistons forward Reggie Bullock (25) reacts after the Pistons defeated the New York Knicks in an NBA basketball game, Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
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In honor of his transgender sister's death, Detroit Pistons forward Reggie Bullock hosted an LGBTQ Pride Night. 

On Saturday, the Pistons shared Bullock's story about his sister and his experience with the LGBTQ community with a video on Twitter:

Detroit Pistons @DetroitPistons

Following the death of @ReggieBullock35's transgender sister Mia Henderson, he has pledged to take a stand for Transgender awareness and acceptance. He met with representatives of @GLAAD & @AthleteAlly & hosted a Pride Night to show his support for the LGBTQ community. https://t.co/cOOsFbuYtl

Bullock's sister, Mia Henderson, was found murdered in Baltimore in July 2014. Police arrested a suspect in August 2015, but he was acquitted in a trial in January 2017. 

Bullock was a member of the Los Angeles Clippers organization at the time of her death.