It's time for No. 1 pick Fultz to turn 76ers into winners

The Sixers made their intentions clear after swapping the third overall pick in the draft and the Los Angeles Lakers' 2018 first-round pick (protected) with the Boston Celtics for the first overall pick. "Do they have Chick-fil-A there?" On a day when he may have jeopardized his marketing deal with a watch company, he may have secured free crispy chicken breakfast sandwiches for life. It has six, actually.

Fultz says that he does not like to celebrate because his mother taught him to stay humble when things are going well, but that this is a time where he can not help but take in the moment. Seven if you count the one at the airport. Boston has zero Chick-fil-As, for what it's worth.

"The workout was pretty normal, but the really cool thing about it was that Joel, Rob Covington and Ben Simmons were all watching from the sidelines". In the article, titled "What's Up, Philly", Fultz writes about his excitement for joining the Sixers' young core.

I don't know how they knew, but they knew.

The Sixers might have to be patient again because Fultz and Simmons will not only be learning how to play together but will also be doing so while playing their first National Basketball Association minutes ever, after Simmons missed all of last season with a foot injury.

The Philadelphia 76ers will have to keep trusting the healing process as well. Fultz was cut from his varsity high school basketball team in his sophomore year, and even though many told him to transfer and not risk missing out on a potential collegiate and pro career, he and his mom made a decision to stay and prove the doubters wrong.

When Markelle Fultz found out he would be working out for the Philadelphia 76ers, he had one question for his trainer: Does Philly have a Chick-fil-A?

Life comes at you fast, Morgan. Unfortunately for him, he's no longer with the team, having been fired from his position back in April 2016.

Markelle Fultz, along with his Sixers teammates, seem to be fitting right in and are going to try and prove wrong those who don't trust the process.