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"There will be a lot of teams who know me as a shooter now," Bullock says. "They don't know the rest of my game. Over the summer, I tried to increase my ability to get to the basket. People might think of me strictly as a shooter, but I want to do it all. I want to get to the basket, finish, and make the one-two dribble pullup. I have some things to show they haven't seen from my first couple years of college basketball."
The Courier-Journal: After Carolina came in, Julius posted on Twitter or said the quote that “it was just different.” What was [it] that Coach Williams said that made him feel that way?
Carolyn Kyles: We both did. It was just different. It was really just different. A lot of people look at Coach Williams like a really laid-back, old-school type guy. He doesn’t like email, and as a matter of fact, he doesn’t have an email address. He likes it more personal. So he will write or send out cards every day with a quote. He likes that old-school feel, so that’s how it’s everyone’s impression of him. And he kind of said some things – and we’ll just keep it between us – that he went out of the box with, that we were like, ‘This is a more new-school approach than what you would think with him.’ It was just different to do those things that he didn’t expect.