Bullock bullying foes in Norway (Basketball)

November 9, 2009
Peter Bullock

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.

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