Joel Embiid remains doubtful for tonight’s game against the Spurs with a sprained right hand suffered in the Phoenix win. San Antonio didn’t hold a shoot around, so we’ll have to wait to see who suits up for the visitors on the second night of a back to back.

That’s it for the morning update.

Again the biggest takeaway from Camden was the presence of Markelle Fultz, who showed off his new form at the free-throw line:

That looks so much more fluid than what we saw in October, when Fultz was hitching halfway through the motion and almost shot-putting the ball towards the rim.

Some people pointed out there’s a Lonzo Ball-esque side motion as he brings the ball up, but it looks continuous and didn’t seem to affect the flight of the ball, at least not from what I saw.

He made four in a row here, just going through the motions in a casual capacity:

Markelle did shoot some jump shots as well, dribbling to the foul line (I think), and spotting up from there.

Fultz was working at the far end of the gym, so the distance is hard to judge:

He also did some easy work around the rim, which is the bulk of what he was working on Tuesday morning:

Fultz is still listed as “out” on the injury report with “right shoulder rehabilitation.” There’s no time frame on his return.