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NBA's summer season starts on Saturday in Orlando

It's impossible to know what to expect from Markelle Fultz's first taste of NBA games.

His three most recent predecessors in the No. 1 overall draft pick club all had wildly different experiences. Andrew Wiggins put on a high-flying display and led everybody in scoring. Karl-Anthony Towns was too nervous and committed nine fouls. Ben Simmons missed the majority of his shots and had cramps in both legs.

And now it's Fultz's turn.

Summer League — a three-city, 17-day, 93-game extravaganza for the NBA where results will soon be forgotten — is back. It starts Saturday morning in Orlando, where eight teams will play over six days. Utah's four-team event begins Monday,...

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