Reggie Bullock Bought Private Island And Named It After Himself

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Just like the entire Dallas Mavericks, Reggie Bullock isn’t playing a great season.

In 30 minutes per game, Bullock is averaging 7.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists, while only making 40.9% from his field goal attempts.

In recent games, the forward has even lost playing time and ground in the Mavericks’ rotation. But while the on-court news of Bullock and the Mavericks have mostly been negative, at least it seems to be running smoothly in his personal life.

Bullock bought an Island off the coast of Belize, and named it after himself – Bullock Island.

The five-acre island cost him $2 million and he plans to build a resort on it for his family and friends to vacation, including a 4,000-square-foot home for himself, eight villas that can be rented out, a restaurant/bar and a spa.

Via Marc Spears of Andscape:


“I’ve been looking for different things to invest my money in,” Bullock told Spears. “I found an opportunity down in Belize where I purchased an island that was about five acres that I am going to put resort villas on. It’s a vacation spot for me and my family where other people will be able to attend and enjoy different vacation activities.”


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