Knicks Sign Reggie Bullock To Reworked Deal

The Knicks and free agent shooting guard Reggie Bullock have finalized a new contract agreement after an earlier deal fell through.

Bullock and the Knicks initially agreed to a two-year, $21MM contract with a second-year team option near the start of free agency. However, they reworked that deal after “unanticipated health issues” arose.

Bullock’s new two-year contract will have a starting salary worth less than the $4.77MM room exception.

A first-round pick in the 2013 draft, Bullock began his career with the Clippers and then the Suns, but didn’t hit his stride until a stint with Detroit that began in 2015.

Bullock averaged 11.3 PPG and shot 44.5% on three-pointers for the Pistons in 2017/18. Last season, the veteran split his time between the Pistons and Lakers as a result of a deadline trade, recording 12.1 PPG with a .377 3PT% in 63 total games.