The L.A. Clippers are in discussions with the Cleveland Cavaliers to trade Reggie Bullock for Tyler Zeller, reports ESPN's Brian Windhorst. L.A. has been looking for frontcourt help, and while it's debatable how much of that Zeller can offer, Bullock has played sparingly under Doc Rivers.
Bullock, a rookie, is locked up for up to three additional years at $4.6 million total (only $1.2 million guaranteed beyond this year). Zeller is just a smidge more pricey, with $1.7 million guaranteed for next season. He is currently in the second season of his rookie scale contract.
Bullock was the No. 25 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. Zeller was No. 17 in 2012. He's averaging less than 14 minutes per game this season in Cleveland. Bullock is considered to have good NBA potential, though he hasn't had much opportunity to show it.