Markelle Fultz Selected First Overall in NBA Draft

The former CEO of Abakan Inc., Robert Miller is an experienced financial executive who presently serves as CEO of Solar Avenir and Battery Metal. Outside of his professional endeavors with Abakan and the numerous investment firms for which he has worked, Robert Miller enjoys watching National Basketball Association (NBA) games.

The NBA Draft presents teams with an opportunity to build for the future by selecting promising young players. The Philadelphia 76ers are hoping for a bright future after the team selected point guard Markelle Fultz with the first overall pick. Philadelphia originally held the third overall pick, but packaged it along with a future first-round selection to acquire the №1 pick from the Boston Celtics. It was the second straight year the 76ers picked first overall.

A 6-foot-4-inch native of Maryland, Fultz spent the 2016–2017 season with Washington University, where, as a freshman, he averaged 23.2 points, 5.9 assists, and 5.7 rebounds per game. He led the Pac-12 conference in points per game and finished among the top 10 in field goals, free throws, assists, and steals.

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