Reggie Bullock is reportedly drawing plenty of interest this summer.
According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers are interested in the New York Knicks veteran.
However, Bullock's "preference" is to re-sign with New York, Berman adds.
The 30-year-old has spent the last two seasons with the Knicks, averaging 10 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game while shooting 43.1% from the field and 39.3% from deep.
SNY's Ian Begley reported last month that "at least one Knicks decision-maker" was on board with re-signing Bullock midway through this past season.
However, Begley said earlier this week that the Knicks might now be looking to save money for the 2022 free-agent class, leaving Bullock's future with the team uncertain.
With the NBA Draft and free agency just around the corner, the Knicks have some big decisions to make.— Knicks Videos (@sny_knicks) July 19, 2021
They could hold off on big deals this summer in order to keep their cap space open for the 2022 free agent class.
In addition to the Knicks, Bullock has spent time with the Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Detroit Pistons and Phoenix Suns.
If he doesn't end up back in New York, Bullock will be a solid addition for a championship-contending team elsewhere.