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Nationality  American
Name  Matt Bullard
Career start  1991
Role  Basketball Player
Career end  2002
Listed weight  215 lb (98 kg)
Height  2.08 m
Education  University of Iowa
NBA draft  1990 / Undrafted
Weight  98 kg

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Born  June 5, 1967 (age 48) Des Moines, Iowa (1967-06-05)
High school  Valley (West Des Moines, Iowa)
College  Colorado (1985–1987) Iowa (1988–1990)
Similar People  Vernon Maxwell, Otis Thorpe, Mario Elie, Rudy Tomjanovich, Pete Chilcutt

Listed height  6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)

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Matthew Gordon Bullard (born June 5, 1967) is an American former professional basketball player in the NBA and current color analyst for the Houston Rockets on Root Sports Southwest. Bullard played 12 years professionally and 11 years in the NBA, most notably with the Houston Rockets from 1990 to 1994, and then again from 1996 to 2001. Other teams he played for include the Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets, and PAOK in Greece.


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Early life

Matt Bullard went to Valley High School in West Des Moines, Iowa. He went undrafted after graduating from the University of Iowa in 1990.

Professional career

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Bullard played nine seasons with the Houston Rockets (1990–94, 1996–2001) and one season each with both the Atlanta Hawks (1995–96) and the Charlotte Hornets (2001–02). He also played in the 1994-95 season for the Greek League power PAOK. He has career averages of 5.3 points and two rebounds per game. He was known affectionately in Houston as "Air Bullard" in part for his ability to get extreme height on his three-point shots (due to his height at 2.08 m, 6 ft 10 in) and partly as good-natured ribbing about his poor vertical jump, but Bullard was also a fan favorite and an essential part to Houston's first championship in the mid '90s.

Post–basketball life

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In 2004, Bullard lost to Dee Brown on the ESPN reality television program Dream Job in the finals as they competed for a coveted sports analyst position on the sports network. When asked about losing to Dee Brown, Bullard remarked "at least it wasn't Pete Chilcutt". He and Clyde Drexler share color commentating duties for local Houston Rockets game telecasts alongside long-time play-by-play man Bill Worrell.

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