Dallas Mavericks' most valuable trade assets: 6. Reggie Bullock
The marquee signing of Nico Harrison’s first offseason running the team was Bullock. The 6’6 wing played a key role in the Mavericks jumping from 21st to seventh in defensive rating last season in their first season under head coach Jason Kidd. Bullock was a key piece of the team’s run to the conference finals, and coach Kidd barely took him off the floor in the playoffs because he was so valuable.
Bullock is the definition of a 3-and-D wing, and every team in the league needs help at that position. The 31-year-old is a fantastic on-ball defender, and he primarily drew the matchup on the opposition’s lead ball-handler in the postseason. Bullock takes pride in his defense, and he wants to disrupt the opposition's attack.
Reggie Bullock enters the season as a starting on the wing, and he is another player that is happy spacing the floor and knocking down open looks. The 6’6 wing is not going to try to do too much on the offensive end of the floor. Bullock stars in his role and is happy focusing on defending and converting when he is open.
He is set to make $10.0 million this season with $5.4 of his $10.5 million guaranteed for next year. Expect the Dallas Mavericks to pick up his option, and every team would love to have Reggie Bullock on their roster at that price.