It's not just a right shoulder injury that's plaguing Markelle Fultz's ridiculed shooting form, as a right wrist issue has hindered his ability to hold on to the ball, sources told The Athletic's Sam Amick, Derek Bodner, and Jared Weiss.
Those with knowledge of the former No. 1 overall pick's train of thought also told The Athletic that Fultz would prefer a fresh start in new surroundings.
Fultz's agent and attorney, Raymond Brothers, said he's given no indication that his client wants to be moved, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
"I have given no indication to Elton Brand or anyone else that Markelle would prefer to be traded. My focus is to get Markelle healthy. End of story," Brothers said.
The 20-year-old will reportedly have his shoulder and wrist examined in New York on Monday and won't take part in any practices or games until then. Part of the reason why his shot has been so erratic is because Fultz is reportedly dealing with pain whenever he moves the ball up from his chest to shoot.
It's unclear as to when Fultz injured his wrist, how long he's been in discomfort, or if it's related to his shoulder injury, which is reportedly why he's worn a specialized undershirt during games.
Fultz reportedly took part in an informal shootaround Tuesday with his 76ers teammates, even though Brothers recommended he forgo practices and games until getting a second opinion on his shoulder.
The 76ers are reportedly unaware of anything that would prevent the Washington alumnus from being medically cleared to compete.
Fultz is averaging 8.2 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 3.1 assists on 41.9 percent shooting from the field, 28.6 percent from behind the arc, and 56.8 percent from the charity stripe across 19 appearances for the 12-7 Sixers.