76ers G Out Indefinitely With Thoracic Irritation

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Philadelphia 76ers guard, Markelle Fultz, was yesterday ruled out for 3-6 weeks due to an injury that that was restricting motion in his shoulder and elbow. "There's no way you're the No 1 pick in the world and all of a sudden you aren't able to consistently raise your arms to shoot". Even with a solution, their muddled past with Fultz only gets worse, as a fan correctly diagnosed the point guard only to see his account and work deleted. The team would only say that Fultz is out indefinitely and will begin physical therapy immediately.

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"Markelle has been diagnosed with neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome, a physical injury", Raymond Brothers, Fultz's agent, said in a statement to ESPN.

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Brothers informed the Sixers on November 21 that Fultz would seek further opinions on his shoulder before a return to the court - a decision that the organization has left to Fultz and his management team.

Fultz struggled again to start the year - most notably with his shot - and was shut down again so doctors could figure out what was wrong. The former No. 1 overall pick appeared in 19 games this season and is shooting just under 42 percent from the field and an abysmal 28.6 percent from three-point range. Fultz lost his starting spot in the rotation when the Sixers traded for Jimmy Butler. Therefore, severely limiting Fultz's ability to shoot a basketball.

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