Markelle Fultz Orlando Magic trade analysis & reaction to NBA trade news. Can he help the rebuild or is the point guard a bust?
What happened to Markelle Fultz in Philadelphia was a bad NBA news story from the jump. The first pick in the 2017 NBA Draft was traded from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Orlando Magic after playing in 33 games and not one since November due to a misdiagnosed shoulder injury. That is crazy NBA news! Orlando may have their point guard of the future to team up with Aaron Gordon, Mo Bamba, Jonathan Isaac, and the rest of the Orlando Magic roster. If and when the Markelle Fultz injury heals that will be great Orlando Magic news!
The Orlando Magic trade Jonathon Simmons, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 2020 first round pick, and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2019 second round pick to the Philadelhpia 76ers for Markelle Fultz.
This NBA trade was a low-risk, high-reward transaction for the Orlando Magic roster, one that the fan base will likely be satisfied with. If Markelle Fultz thoracic outlet syndrome gets right and fix his shooting form, the Orlando Magic rebuild will speed up. As an Orlando Magic fan I am glad that Markelle Fultz in college was an outstanding and I when he gets healthy will get a shot with our young core and prove that he is not a bust.
Sorry Philadelphia Sixers fans, but there aren’t may Jonathon Simmons highlights from the 2018 NBA season.
Orlando Magic fans! What was your Markelle Fultz trade reaction?
I am excited to see makes his Markelle Fultz Magic debut!
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Good trade for both sides. Honestly Philly needed to clear cap space, get some bench talent and we wanted at least a first round pick for him so we got what we wanted. Hopefully for Orlando he can actually be useful
I think it's a steal. When you look at the way our rotation was going, Iwundo started to out play J Simmons which means we really dont need his service anymore and would probably be waived in the offseason for nothing so when you look at it we got Fultz for a late 1st round and 2nd round pick. That's a win in my book.
If we can get a Culver (Texas Tech), Matthews (Michigan) or NAW (Virginia Tech) to pair with Fultz I'd love it.
Your delivery is cool with me too lol. You broke it down as simple as can be.
It's a big time win. Crazy how some don't feel this way. OKC pick was going to be a later rounder if we kept it anyway. We going to draft our next Jeryl Sasser with that pick? 🙄
But I appreciate you watching and sharing some comments. Go Magic!
Dude I was calling this trade on Twitter. Ppl kept trying to trade ross for him. I'm like, why would we trade our whole bench for someone who isn't playing. Yea, he has nerve damage that's messing with his shooting form, but it's treatable. You cant just forget how to shoot. This ain't Space Jam lol. He had a motorcycle accident that was kept quiet and that's how he got the nerve damage in his shoulder.
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