Markelle Fultz ruled out indefinitely with shoulder injury

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Markelle Fultz #20 of the Philadelphia 76ers looks on prior to the game against the Houston Rockets at the Wells Fargo Center on October 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The 76ers decided to make Fultz the No. 1 overall selection in the 2017 #NBA Draft, taking him over a host of other players with high ceilings.

According to the Sixers, there's no structural damage to Fultz's shoulder, and he visited "several shoulder specialists".

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On Wednesday, the Sixers said that he would miss the next three games to heal his shoulder. Fultz will continue physiotherapy treatment and be reevaluated by Dr. Kibler in roughly three weeks.

There is an open debate as to whether Fultz changed his shot because he was hurt or the changes he made in his shot caused the injury.

Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz is out indefinitely with soreness in his right shoulder. Fultz, however, has a scapular muscle imbalance in his right shoulder.

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It's a big setback for the Sixers top pick whos truggled in four games this season averaging 6 points and 1.8 assists. If you've been clinging to Fultz in a re-draft league, this is your cue to cut him for a healthy player.

The 76ers traded with the Boston Celtics to get the overall No. 1 pick and draft Fultz.

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