Keith Pompey of The Inquirer:
How will we evaluate a player working out for only one team without handwringing about his father?
I doubt Fultz is turning down other workouts on a whim. This is yet another indication the Celtics will pick him No. 1.
He’d bring an advanced offensive skill set with a physical profile that should allow his talent to translate. Fultz would be an awkward fit with Isaiah Thomas, but they’re at least saying the right things. Fultz’s long-term outlook justifies the initial uneasiness.
And if Boston shows a hesitancy to draft him or trades its pick, he could always work out elsewhere. He’s not beholden to this plan.