Former UNC guard Reggie Bullock agreed Monday to resign with the Detroit Pistons for two years and $5 million.

The second year of Bullock’s contract is not guaranteed, but the $2.4 million he’s set to earn next season is a slight pay raise from the $2.2 million he made a year ago.

Bullock averaged a career high 4.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per night with the Pistons in 2016-17, although he appeared in just 31 games.

The 6-foot-7 native of Kinston, North Carolina will likely return to a similar role as a reserve next year under head coach Stan Van Gundy.

Due to violating the NBA’s Anti-Drug policy earlier this summer, Bullock will also have to sit out the first five games of the upcoming season.


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