Reggie Bullock knew it would be a challenge to play his way into the first round of the NBA draft from the moment he decided to skip his final season at North Carolina. He'll find out Thursday night whether he's done enough to reach that goal.
Bullock says he's "not expecting anything" and is willing to work for his chance to play in the league regardless of where he's selected.
Bullock is no lock to be a first-rounder who earns a guaranteed contract. Senior director of NBA scouting operations Ryan Blake says he expects Bullock could go late in the first round. He says the 6-foot-7 guard's ability as an outside shooter and perimeter defender are his best skills.
Bullock has worked out for at least a dozen teams.
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