Markelle Fultz's agent, Raymond Brothers, said he expects Fultz to make it back to the court at some point this season, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski‏.

Fultz was with the team in Boston on Christmas day for the first time in three weeks, but will return to LA for more treatment.

Here is what Woj said is the latest on Fultz:

"His agent Raymond Brothers told me that his range of motion- there's been improvement with his rehab, and Raymond Brothers and Markelle Fultz expect that he's going to play again this season. Brothers said he wants [Fultz] back at 100 percent."

Woj said the Sixers have field calls on Fultz, but they are holding on to him to see how this rehab goes and what he can be when he is ready to return.

"Philadelphia has fielded calls for teams who have interest in trading for Markelke Fultz," explained Woj. "But they're holding onto him, they want to see how this rehab process goes and what he is when he returns to this team."

On the season, Fultz is averaging 8.2 points, shooting 41.9 percent from the floor, 28.6 percent from downtown and 56.8 percent from the free throw line in 19 games.

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