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Fultz May Be No. 1 in NBA Draft, but Social Loves Tatum

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Fultz May Be No. 1 in NBA Draft, but Social Loves Tatum

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Thursday night’s 2017 NBA Draft was loaded with the deepest pool of talent in years—and many of those prospects are well-liked on Social. Top overall pick Markelle Fultz is actually the least popular of the bunch, sporting a 67 percent score over the last seven days. He was chosen by the Philadelphia 76ers, which had the first selection for the second consecutive season (this year, they traded up to grab it). Southern California native Lonzo Ball was swooped up second by the Los Angeles Lakers, and he pulls a 69 percent positive score. That’s tied with Kansas Jayhawk alum Josh Jackson, who was taken fourth by the Phoenix Suns. At pick No. 5, the Sacramento Kings grabbed lightning-quick Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox—he bested Ball’s UCLA squad in the NCAA Tournament and bests him on Social, too, with a 72 percent score. But it’s third overall pick, Jayson Tatum from Duke, who really has Social’s attention: The new Boston Celtic has an airborne 83 percent positive score. Lucky for him, Boston is definitely not a city with sky-high expectations for its sports franchises. 



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