Fultz, who suited up for the first four games of the season (averaging 6.0 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists), will come off the bench against the Denver Nuggets, after being sidelined since October last year with a mysterious shoulder injury, which translated into an ugly-ass shooting form and him being prematurely labeled a bust.
According to an NBA.com report, "the team announced Fultz had been cleared to begin the final stage of his 'return-to-play program'" on January 2. Sixers coach Brett Brown got emotional while breaking the suprise news before the media.
It wasn't just him who rejoiced upon learning the good news, as social media blew up following this latest development. Philadelphia is currently fourth in the East (42-30), and having Fultz back only helps their playoff push.