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Dallas Mavericks wing Reggie Bullock buys an island and has massive plans for it

Dallas Mavericks, Reggie Bullock
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The Dallas Mavericks adding Reggie Bullock has been a key piece of their run to the Western Conference Finals. The 31-year-old gave them a stout perimeter defender to pair with Dorian Finney-Smith to spark the team’s improvement on that end of the floor. On offense, he is an important shot-maker that has helped improve the Mavs spacing. Bullock has been so key that he leads the league in total playoff minutes by 20 after Game 4 of the conference finals.

The 6’6 wing won the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabaar Social Champion award for his work off the court. He is a strong advocate for LGBTQ equality and took a number of steps to achieve that in his first year with the Mavericks. Bullock was a deserving recipient of the honor, but his work is far done.

Marc J. Spears wrote a feature on Bullock for Andscape that revealed the Mavericks wing bought an island this year. The veteran wing has massive plans for his latest investment too.

Dallas Mavericks wing Reggie Bullock buys an island and has massive plans for it

Bullock purchased a five-acre island in Belize that he named “Bullock Caye” where he plans to build a vacation home for his family and eight rentable homes. The Mavs wing also wants to add a spa, basketball court, restaurant/bar, and more to his island. Fans should read more about it Spear’s article.

Supporters may soon be able to vacation on Bullock Caye. The 31-year-old is just beginning to construct his resort, but it is certainly a unique and interesting project that is sure to be quite popular among fans and vacationers worldwide.

Reggie Bullock is a key piece for the Dallas Mavericks, but he clearly has massive plans for his post-playing career too. This is just the start for Bullock, and supporters should keep an eye out for when Bullock Caye opens up for a relaxing vacation on a private island in Belize.

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