Markelle Fultz, the potential No. 1 pick in the 2017 Draft, scored 23 points in his third game on Washington’s tour of Australia and New Zealand, adding eight boards and five assists in a 92-79 win.
In the three total games, Fultz is averaging 24.7 points, including a 33-point outburst in the opener.
Fultz isn’t just a score, he’s a natural playmaker, but part of the reason he’s being projected so high in the draft is his size and athleticism. Sunday’s performance included this pair of back-to-back dunks:
Fultz also threw down this dunk in a game earlier in the week:
The 6-foot-4 point guard looks like he might also be the best shot-blocker in college basketball: