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watch out forReggie Bullock

Bullock is really starting to shine for unc and I think next year with Barnes and Zeller gone he becomes the tarheels go to guy andlikely lottery pick. Hes a 6"6 two guard with a nice shooting stroke and solid rebounding.


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plus he's cute

plus he's cute

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plus he's cute

plus he's cute

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and Hairston is a freak

and Hairston is a freak too..plus i believe in McAdoo to be great college player..tarheels must be great next season too...

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I've been more impressed with

I've been more impressed with PJ Hairston...man can that boy rise up.

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Bullock has a nice shot,

Bullock has a nice shot, solid athleticism, and good size but he has to understand shot selection better, even though he has improved in that area this year. He also has to improve defensively. He has upside as a scorer though and he should break out next year or his Sr. year at the latest.

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Reggie Bullock

Bullock has a nice jumper and he seems very poised for his age. The way that Roy Williams uses him and Hairston on the court together is great. It almost seems like they feed off of each other because theyre both such good shooters. North Carolina is stacked and I really hope that Hairston, Bullock and McAdoo dont decide to try their luck in the draft next year. I would love to see them back for their soph/junior seasons because I have no doubt (God forbid any injuries) that they will all improve tremoudously and be fun as hell to watch.

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Bullock is starting to come

Bullock is starting to come on and is shooting much better this year but I still have been somewhat underwhelmed considering his hype and talent level, remember, he was supposed to be an upgrade over Wayne Ellington. The knee injury played a big part of that. Also I dont think Roy's rotation is still the best. Bullock shouldve played beside Barnes a lot more last year but they were rarely on the floor together. He does have a great shooter on the wing in the lineup with him now though with Hairston so thats a plus for Reggie.

Bullock will do some good things this year, but indeed...watch for him next year, either him or P.J. will be their top scorers. As for McAdoo, he just dont have the confidence level right now, never seen a player with as decent a jumpshot as he has make so many wide open airballs.

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Bullock

Next season will be interesting with Reggie, PJ, and Mcadoo. But what will intrigue me most is where will Leslie Mcdonald fit into the scheme of things.

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Roy is extremely loyal when

Roy is extremely loyal when it comes to seniority. If I had to guess, I would say PJ would be coming off the bench as the 6th man. He will be like Darius Miller and be a 6th starter. Talent wise, I would start PJ and Bullock together. Defensively, McDonald is better than both but doesnt rebound as well as they do. It depends a lot on if Marshall will return. If he doesnt, I say the lineup will be Strickland, McDonald, Bullock, McAdoo, and perhaps a freshman big....should one emerge....maybe Hubert should he get stronger. If Marshall stays, then McDonald and Hairston both come off the bench....not because they lack any talent but just because they will be loaded with wings and not much on the inside.

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