April 11, 2018, 11:48 pmReggie BullockSG/SF, Detroit Pistons
Reggie Bullock authored a career year in 2017-18, averaging 11.3 points, 2.0 3-pointers and 0.8 steals while shooting .489 from the field in 62 games.
Bullock sat the first five games of the year after being suspended for drug use but worked his way up the depth chart and found a home in the starting lineup. Minor thumb and back injuries cost him one game apiece later in the year. He wound up starting 52 of his 62 games on the season, and once he was named a full-time member of that group his averages ballooned to 13.4 points and 2.4 triples on .499 shooting. While Bullock was a top-150/120 per-game player, he produced top-105/80 numbers from December 12 onward as a permanent fixture in the starting five. In terms of total value, Bullock ranked in the top-175/150 and should receive some down ballot votes for Most Improved Player. He was one of the league's quieter breakout players and was a nice find for fantasy owners looking for efficient threes and scoring.