Markelle Fultz Has Great Reason For Not Signing With Big Baller Brand

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 21, 2017

Presumptive first-overall National Basketball Association draft pick Markelle Fultz announced that he'd signed a deal with Nike on Friday, becoming the latest rookie addition to the brand's roster of athletes.

Williams: You sure you don't want to sign with them?

From that conversation, there's no real indication that Fultz considered Big Baller Brand.

Fultz: I was thinking about it, but then I would make him money, though.

Fultz: I don't know, honestly.

Williams quipped, "I don't think they've got money to sign nobody".

Can you imagine if this had happened?

Markelle Fultz looks set to go as the No. 1 pick when Philadelphia makes its selection at Thursday's National Basketball Association draft - something he's wanted to achieve directly in competition with Lonzo Ball.

Of course, the idea of Big Baller Brand, at this stage (or, let's be honest, any stage in the future) having the money to compete for non-family members just sounds absurd. Why would a prospect hitch their respective marketing wagon to an unproven brand run by a guy who talks and acts like LaVar Ball?

It was going to be a stretch for BBB to sign Fultz.

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