Bullock bullying foes in Norway (Basketball)
The biggest story in the Norwegian Basketball League last summer centered on Peter Bullock.
After leading the Ulriken Eagles to a pair of championships, the 6-foot-6 Alaskan switched teams in a blockbuster move that shifted power in Norway’s equivalent to the NBA.
He’s now playing for Gimle in a move that is paying off—with his new team sitting third in the league with a 6-3 record.
His old team, by the way, is 0-9.
Bullock, of UAA fame, is a perennial league all-star. This year he’s playing like the MVP, averaging 19 points (ninth in the league), 10.6 rebounds (third), 2.8 steals (first), 0.8 blocked shots (second).
The Seawolves all-time leading scorer is why Gimle is the fan’s favorite in this poll to finish the regular season with the league’s best record.