As first reported by TNT’s David Aldridge, the Sixers and Celtics have agreed in principle to swap the Nos. 1 and 3 picks in Thursday's NBA Draft, the deal is expected to be finalized on Monday and the 76ers are expected to take Washington guard Markelle Fultz.

Fultz led all major conference players with 23.2 points per game, the third most by a major conference freshman over the last 25 seasons.

He was just the second D-I player over the last 25 seasons to average 20 PPG, 5 APG and 1 Block PG along with Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway in 1992-93 for Memphis.


Fultz worked out for the Sixers on Saturday evening, and discussed why he felt he was the best player in this draft and worth moving up for.

"First of all, how I carry myself as a player and as a young man," Fultz said. "Just being humble. I'm just a hard worker. I'll do whatever it takes to help any team I go to win."