Sixers expected to provide positive update on rookie Markelle Fultz
Philadelphia 76ers rookie guard Markelle Fultz has had a tough begin to his skilled profession up to now due to a nagging shoulder damage.
However, the group is reportedly expected to provide a “positive” update on the 19-year-old after they launch a press release on Sunday.
The final time we heard from the younger guard, he was training capturing together with his non-dominant hand at group amenities and helping teammates on three-point drills.
According to the latest updates, docs imagine there is no such thing as a structural injury for Fultz. Here is extra in regards to the scenario from group insider Keith Pompey (through Philly.com):
“Sources expect the first-overall pick in June’s NBA draft will get a positive report while being reevaluated Sunday by surgeon Ben Kibler at the Shoulder Center of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky. Kilber determined that Fultz had scapular muscle imbalance in addition to soreness in his shoulder during his first visit there on Oct. 29.”
Pompey additionally notes that Fultz has labored on “passing and dribbling drills” throughout his restoration. He additionally posted that he would “be back soon” in a current picture on Instagram.
It’s unclear what tomorrow’s new info will embody. However, followers in Philadelphia can relaxation only a bit simpler listening to the information is expected to be good.