Fultz (shoulder) is progressing well in his recovery and is expected to be reevaluated again in 2-to-3 weeks, Crhis Mannix of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Fultz has been sidelined since late October, now missing 11 games while working back from a shoulder injury. According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Fultz's shoulder soreness is going away and the balance is returning to his shoulders. With all that said, the Sixers are in no rush to bring their No. 1 overall pick back and they'll keep Fultz sidelined for another 2-to-3 weeks before having him evaluated once again. T.J. McConnell should continue to benefit for the time being.
Fultz (shoulder) remains without a timeline for his return, Jon Johnson of CBS Philadelphia reports. According to coach Brett Brown, "We do not know [when he'll return]. Slowly we're getting his shoulder stronger."
Fultz has been going through drills since the beginning of November, but hasn't made enough progress for the medical staff to determine a possible return date. Fantasy owners who have Fultz on their team certainly have a tough decision to make moving forward. Fultz certainly has plenty of upside and could still make a healthy return later in the year and provide solid value. But, there's no guarantee of that either, with cutting Fultz in favor of a waiver wire addition also a fair option. Regardless, T.J. McConnell will probably continue being the main beneficiary of Fultz absence, as he's averaged 7.6 points, 6.7 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals over the past nine games.
Fultz (shoulder) went through drills during the team's practice Wednesday, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Fultz is set to be re-evaluated in mid-November, though is apparently feeling well enough to go through drills. While he'll still be sidelined for an extended period, Fultz seems to be making progress in his recovery. In the meantime, Jerryd Bayless and T.J. McConnell should continue seeing significant run at point guard.
Fultz (shoulder) is considered out indefinitely and is expected to be reevaluated in three weeks, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Fultz has met with several shoulder specialists in recent weeks and while the visits confirmed he's not dealing with any structural impairment, he still has both soreness and scapular muscle imbalance in his right shoulder. It appears Fultz is set to miss at least three weeks, though he certainly could be sidelined longer depending on what the reevaluation reveals at that time. With Fultz out, Jerryd Bayless should continue to get a ton of run at point guard, while T.J. McConnell is also a candidate to pick up a hefty workload off the bench.
Fultz (shoulder) will miss the team's upcoming three games and is set to be re-evaluated Tuesday, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Putting aside the miscommunication about Fultz's shoulder treatment before the regular season, the fact remains that his range of motion is severely limited at the moment, and he's having trouble lifting his arm to shoot the ball. He's continuing with his treatment of physiotherapy, but it seemingly hasn't helped as much as he or the team would hope. While he's sidelined, expect the likes of Jerryd Bayless and T.J. McConnell to see an uptick in workload, though Fultz was averaging just 19.0 minutes per game through four contests this season. Depending on how things shake out once he's re-evaluated Tuesday, fantasy owners may have some tough decisions to make.
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