Pistons’ Reggie Bullock suffers ‘minor’ injuries in car accident
Auburn Hills — Detroit Pistons forward Reggie Bullock suffered “minor” injuries after his vehicle was struck in a two-car accident on Sunday morning, coach Stan Van Gundy said.
Bullock was on his way to practice in Auburn Hills when the incident occurred. The Pistons were having their last practice before leaving Sunday afternoon for Salt Lake City to begin a 12-day, six-game western road trip.
Van Gundy said Bullock went to a hospital for treatment and was released.
“He got hit and the other driver took off,” Van Gundy said. “He didn’t practice; he’s traveling but what he’ll be able to do, I don’t know.”
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Bullock, 26, has had a breakthrough season for the Pistons, with 10.7 points and 2.4 rebounds per game, in 51 games, including 41 starts. He’s shooting 43 percent on 3-pointers; he had 21 points in Friday’s win over the Chicago Bulls.