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The NBA Draft’s potential top pick might have just hurt his stock with latest decision Christian Petersen/Getty Images
TUCSON, AZ - JANUARY 29: Markelle Fultz #20 of the Washington Huskies handles the ball during the second half of the college basketball game against the Arizona Wildcats at McKale Center on January 29, 2017 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Huskies 77-66. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Washington’s Markelle Fultz is expected to become this year’s top pick in the NBA Draft and there really isn’t anybody who thinks otherwise. That means he likely won’t let his draft stock get hurt by participating in the NBA Combine drills and scrimmages. However, it seems he’s made another decision that is likely to make some teams angry.

Fultz has already taken a couple interviews with teams, but members of the media were surely looking forward to picking his brain about becoming the top pick potentially and why he decided not to go through the NBA Combine drills. Fultz has the size — he’s 6’4″ and 194 pounds — and shooting ability to make whichever teams picks him much better and to do so immediately.

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