Markelle Fultz progressing, out at least 2-3 more weeks

Philadelphia 76ers rookie point guard Markelle Fultz, out with a James van Riemsdyk Womens Jersey shoulder injury, is progressing but will be out for at least two to three more weeks, the team said in a statement Sunday.
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Matt Cullen Elite Jersey Fultz, the first overall pick in the 2017 draft, was examined Sunday by Dr. Ben Kibler, the medical director of the Shoulder Center of Kentucky at the Lexington Clinic, for soreness and scapular muscle imbalance in his right shoulder, the team said. The team shut down Fultz on Oct. 29 to give the injury time to heal.

Elite Youth Lane Taylor Jersey Thankfulness and gratitude are not a monorail to joy, but true happiness does not happen without being thankful and grateful. Hockey has often been at the hub of my happiness in between moments of anxiety, fear, bleakness, change and heartache. I’m thankful for that. I’m thankful for the game, the players, front-office personnel, fellow media and mostly, you, the fan.

As a small boy I was most comfortable at my dad’s hip. My skinny self felt safe next to his thick forearms and his passion for sports (he played goalie without a mask in high school in the 1940s) and his love of music. Dad loved hockey, I love hockey. Dad sang in the car, I sing in the car. Dad would take me to a couple of NHL games in person every season, and I never wanted the games to end. When we skated on ponds, we would skate for hours and hours. I’m thankful this remarkably textured game was part of my youth.

In major league front offices, decision-makers are also in transaction mode.

In this spirit we examine one transaction each major league team ought to consider for which fans will give thanks. (It goes without saying, every fan base would be thankful for Shohei Ohtani, not to mention those lucky few clubs in the hunt for the slugging services of one Giancarlo Stanton.)

So, with that, we look at all 30 teams starting with the team with the most wins in 2017 to the fewest.