P.J. Hairston and Reggie Bullock (not pictured) aren't close to making up their minds about the NBA, their mothers said on Thursday. ROBERT WILLETT
CHAPEL HILL — The mothers of Reggie Bullock and P.J. Hairston said on Thursday that their sons weren’t close to making a decision about whether to return to North Carolina or enter the NBA draft.
“He’s talking about it but I’m not for sure right now,” Danielle Brown, who is Bullock’s mother, said during a phone interview. “He’s trying to see what he wants to do.”
Brown said she didn’t anticipate Bullock making a decision about his future in the coming days. Bullock, the junior guard, averaged 13.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. He also made 43.6 percent of his 3-point attempts.
Hairston and Bullock were the Tar Heels’ two best perimeter shooters. Hairston finished his sophomore season averaging 14.6 points per game, and he made 39.6 percent of his 3-point attempts.
After entering the starting lineup in mid-February, he averaged a little more than 18 points per game.
Wendy Poteat, Hairston’s mother, said on Thursday during a phone interview that her son was “nowhere near” making a decision.
“I think he’s looking at his options,” she said.
James Michael McAdoo, the sophomore forward, also has a decision to make about his future. McAdoo averaged 14.5 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.