He knows now.
The Cavaliers hosted free-agent center
On Sunday, Gilbert went on Twitter to applaud the team's acquisition of free-agent forward
Grant is hoping to land a big man, and with
Because they're more than $15 million under the projected salary cap, the Cavaliers may be interested in offering Bynum a lucrative one-year deal. They don't want to tie up any money beyond next season because they intend to be active in free agency next summer.
Now Bullock will play for
He called Rivers one of the best coaches in the
"I'm just going to play my game," Bullock said. "They've seen so much film on me that they know what I'm capable of doing, which is shooting the ball and defending. So I'm just going to try to be hectic on defense and try to knock down shots when they come to me."
When Bullock played at North Carolina, he played against Rivers' son, Austin Rivers, who played for Duke. Doc Rivers went to several North Carolina-Duke games, which gave the Clippers coach an idea of what Bullock could do. Last season Bullock averaged 13.9 points on 48.3% shooting, including 43.6% from three-point range.
Bullock also played on Paul's 15-and-under AAU team in North Carolina, and the two have been friends since. "He helped me throughout this whole process, through training, traveling around to teams," Bullock said.
— Broderick Turner