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    2017 NBA Draft Sees Fultz Go First

    His game was on point. After some clever bartering in the weeks leading up to the draft, the Philadelphia 76ers were able to snag their target, hugely promising Washington point guard Markelle Fultz, with their No.1 pick. Following Fultz was UCLA playmaker Lonzo Ball, who was able to fulfill his — and his colorful father’s — dream of playing for the L.A. Lakers. The Boston Celtics, as part of a deal that allowed Fultz to go to Philly, used their third pick on Duke University’s versatile forward Jayson Tatum.

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