Markelle Fultz (shoulder) limited to shooting in paint — Sixers GM

Markelle Fultz (shoulder) limited to shooting in paint — Sixers GM

Colangelo said Fultz' range of comfort was "within the paint" at the moment, but his return wouldn't depend on his range capabilities, but rather the overall comfort around the floor. Paint shots, perimeter shots are kind of where you draw a line. So far, it's been a brief cup of coffee in the National Basketball Association for the point guard, who has only played in four games this season.

After all, the point guard was absolutely dominant in his one-and-done season at the University of Washington. averaging 23.2 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.9 assists in 35.7 minutes per contest over 25 games played. All those things. That's the part that's a little bit of an unknown for us and our medical team. "But when he's ready to help his team and be ready, I can't give you a timeline".

Markelle tried to play through the injury, and it showed in his shooting percentages, as Fultz only managed to shoot 33% from the field while taking nearly seven shots a game, and this was after shooting 41% from deep his lone year at Washington.

The hedging around Fultz's status comes as a surprise given that he appeared on track to return soon.

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Fultz's shooting motion was noticeably altered at the start of the season, leading to speculation about whether the change in his motion was due to the injury or whether the change led to the injury. "We are going to see a better Markelle Fultz because of it". "That's going to be a determination that's made at some point in the future", Colangelo said.

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