Knicks free agent Reggie Bullock drawing interest from Celtics and Sixers: report

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Reggie Bullock drives the lane in Knicks city jersey
Reggie Bullock drives the lane in Knicks city jersey

Reggie Bullock is set to hit the free agency market this summer, and it appears a couple of Atlantic Division teams could be lining up for his services.

Bullock, who has started 83 games for the Knicks the past two seasons, is drawing interest from both the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post. Berman also reports that the Los Angeles Lakers, one of Bullock’s former teams, have Bullock “on their list” as well.

The 30-year-old veteran had a strong year under Tom Thibodeau in 2020-21, averaging 10. 9 points while shooting 41.0 percent from three-point range, giving the Knicks a legitimate 3-and-D wing.

According to Berman, the Knicks have “sincere interest” in bringing Bullock back, though a source told the Post that Bullock will seek a three-year contract.

SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley reported earlier this offseason that at least one Knicks decision-maker wanted to bring back Bullock, as well as Nerlens Noel and Alec Burks, at the midway point of the regular season. There’s always a chance the team’s thinking has changed since then, of course.

We recently weighed the pros and cons of the Knicks bringing Bullock back, noting that Bullock’s connection with Julius Randle and his ability to stretch the floor could make him a clear-cut choice for the Knicks to retain.