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Sim Bhullar's Journey to NBA

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Sim Bhullar's Journey to NBA

Sim Bhullar Bighorns Basketball D League NBA India
Photo courtesy of Sim Bhullar photos on Facebook

When Sim Bhullar was sent to the Reno Bighorns, the Sacramento Kings D-League affiliate, there really wasn't much hope. Bhullar was out of shape, had little support from the outside and was expected to quit after struggling.

All that aside, the experiment somehow worked as Bhullar made drastic improvements under coach Arseneault and the fastest offense in the D-League.

New Mexico State -> NBA D-League -> NBA

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New Mexico State -> NBA D-League -> NBA

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“He changed the game just with his presence, really,” Arseneault said. “He can block shots and alter shots and force players to take floaters and more contested (two-point) shots – which is what we want them to do.”

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What really kick-started Bhullar was a teammate in practice talking smack about Bhullar's game. Out of nowhere, something clicked and things took a turn for the better.

“I was grinning from ear-to-ear with each successive time he was backing the other guy in and dunking the ball,” Arseneault said. “What set him off in particular is that one guy who was talking too much. He literally woke the sleeping giant.”

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