Video: Reggie Bullock - For My Sister
In 2014, Reggie Bullock's transgender sister Mia Henderson was murdered. He spends every day fighting for the LGBTQ community in her honor.
Reggie Bullock Raising Transgender Awareness
Former UNC wing and current Detroit Pistons shooting guard Reggie Bullock's sister was murdered in Baltimore in 2014. The killing was deemed a hate crime as Mia Henderson, Bullock's sister, was a transgender woman. She was born Kevin Long. Since the murder, Bullock has become an outspoken voice for LBGTQ and transgender rights and awareness.
Pistons in Review: Reggie Bullock
After some ups and downs over the first few months of 2017-18, Reggie Bullock moved into the Detroit Pistons' starting lineup on Dec. 12. From that point on, Bullock’s 3-point percentage of .466 was the best of all NBA players who attempted 3 or more 3-point shots per game. The Pistons have until July 15 to guarantee Bullock’s contract for next season.
Detroit Pistons Season in Review: Reggie Bullock
Reggie Bullock was one of the brightest spots for the Detroit Pistons this season. Considering he nearly left for a different team this offseason makes his story even more fun. Following the Blake Griffin trade, it was clear that the Pistons needed at least one of their wing players to step up. Reggie Bullock may well be the one. It was a great season for Bullock.
NBA star Reggie Bullock regrets being ashamed of transgender sister
Reggie Bullock says one of his biggest regrets is that his transgender sister never got to see him play in college. In an emotional video posted on the Pistons’ Twitter account, Bullock admitted that he was once ashamed of his sister and didn’t want her to come to his games. “I always thought about what my teammates would think or what people would think,” Bullock admitted.
Pistons shut down Reggie Bullock for season
The injury bug has bitten the Detroit Pistons again, as starting guard Reggie Bullock will be shut down for the rest of the season. “He’s been battling a knee issue for a long time,” coach Van Gundy said Friday. It’s an unfortunate end to the season for Bullock, who was having the best season of his career, averaging 11.3 points and shooting 45 percent on 3-pointers.
Chansky’s Notebook: ‘Make It, Wayne’ and Reggie
Two former UNC shooting guards are making their marks. Wayne Ellington, MOP of the 2009 Final Four, got back into the news this week. The Miami Heat’s Ellington set a single-season record for 3-pointers by a player coming off the bench. An equally good story is Reggie Bullock, who was a surprise entrant in the 2013 NBA draft following his junior year at UNC.
Reggie Bullock building case for Most Improved Player award
The Detroit Pistons have gone through plenty of flux this season, and while some have been hampered by injuries, others like Reggie Bullock have made the most of their opportunity. The veteran shooting guard is averaging 11.2 points and 2.4 rebounds per game. The fifth-year shooting guard out of UNC has grabbed a chokehold of his chance to start.
Reggie Bullock makes his case as one of the stars of the NBA’s 2013 draft class
Reggie Bullock’s emergence came in his fifth season in the NBA. He’s on track to nearly quadruple his previous career high for minutes played, which came last season with 467. And, remarkably, Bullock has been a more productive player per minute this season than ever, averaging 14.6 points per 36 minutes – easily topping last season’s average of 10.9.
Patience pays off for Reggie Bullock, Pistons
Detroit Pistons swingman Reggie Bullock could be a case study on why it pays to be patient with some players. Bullock has capitalized on opportunity to make his fifth season his breakout year. He has played 1,603 minutes, nearly as many as he did his first four years combined. He is averaging 11.2 points, more than doubling his previous career high.
Pistons' Reggie Bullock doing OK following minor auto accident
Detroit Pistons forward Reggie Bullock sustained minor injuries after being hit in a minor two-car accident on Sunday, coach Stan Van Gundy said. Bullock was on his way to the Pistons’ practice facility in Auburn Hills when “he got hit and the other driver took off,” Van Gundy said. “He didn’t practice; he’s traveling but what he’ll be able to do, I don’t know.”
Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy: Reggie Bullock proves he's legit starter in NBA
Reggie Bullock hadn't come close to playing 500 minutes in a single season since being drafted in 2013. He has shattered that mark this season. The Detroit Pistons small forward is at 1,200 minutes and counting with 20 games left. It’s evidence that Bullock, 26, has established himself after four seasons in the NBA. And he might just be the best bargain in the league.
A tale of 2 Reggies: As Pistons hold on without Jackson, Bullock blossoms into solid NBA starter
The karmic balance for the 2017-18 Pistons involves the Reggies. The dark cloud hanging over the season is the injury to Reggie Jackson, costing him 28 games and counting. The silver lining has been the emergence of Reggie Bullock as a bona fide NBA starter. “Reggie’s proven that he’s a legitimate starting player in this league,” Stan Van Gundy said.
Pistons' Reggie Bullock has been a delightful surprise this season
The Pistons have an extraordinarily valuable player in Reggie Bullock, who is the starting small forward for the team. As a starter, Bullock has averaged 13.4 points per 36 minutes while shooting 49 percent on three-point attempts. No other player is shooting better than Bullock among those who have taken at least as many non-corner three-point attempts this season.
Reggie Bullock is the Most Efficient Player in the NBA
Detroit Pistons wing Reggie Bullock has found his groove in his fifth season in the NBA. The former UNC shooting guard has played in 35 games this season and started 25. He is averaging 8.8 points, shooting 51.5 percent from the field and 44.5 percent from three. His 1.20 points per possession, as of January 31, makes him one spot better than Stephen Curry.