The New York Knicks will have to make many decisions ahead as long as the next season goes. Reggie Bullock was among the players that signed an one-year deal with the Knicks in the previous postseason.
According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, the veteran has a $4.2 million option for the next season, with the Knicks front-office likely picking it considering the big number of open roster spots.
A 3-and-D wing, Bullock returned from a serious injury on January, averaging about 8 points per game until the season was put on hold by the NBA due to the coronavirus threat.
Even if waived at the June 28 trigger date, Bullock will still count on the cap for a $1 million guarantee for the New York Knicks.