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#KEEGAN200: Markelle Fultz

$100.00

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MARKELLE FULTZ

Limited-edition art prints individually signed and numbered by Markelle and Keegan.

If you’re a fan of college basketball then you know how dominant Markelle was while at UW.  He finished the season as First-team All-Pac-12 and Third-team All-American, and was then selected as the #1 overall pick in the NBA Draft.

 

As a fellow Husky, I attended a lots of games and watched Markelle absolutely dominate on the court, and I’m super excited to team up with him on this project.  He and I will sign 200 limited-edition prints of my drawing, and they’re available for only $100. A must-have for all Husky fans!

 

Markelle’s NBA career is just getting started, and I have no doubt that he’ll become one of the top players in the league for many years to come. Can’t wait to watch him soar!

 

Want to see the drawing come together from start to finish?  I’ll post a variety of pics and videos on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter throughout the progression of the drawing.

The making of…

MARKELLE FULTZ

 

Fultz enjoyed one of the best freshman seasons in all Pac-12 Conference history. In 25 games that season, his 23.2 point average was the highest mark in the Pac-12 in 20 years and second in Huskies history behind Bob Houbregs’ 25.6 points per game in 1952-1953. Fultz also led the team in minutes played with 35.7 per game as well as assists with 5.7 per game and was second in rebounds with 5.9 per game. By the time Pac-12 honors were awarded, Fultz—‌the lone Husky selected—‌was named to the First-team All-Pac-12 and Third-team All-American. A player who “jumps off the page athletically and possesses creative scoring instincts and playmaking skills”, the consensus among sports analysts was that Fultz would be the first overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

 

MARKELLE FULTZ

 

Fultz enjoyed one of the best freshman seasons in all Pac-12 Conference history. In 25 games that season, his 23.2 point average was the highest mark in the Pac-12 in 20 years and second in Huskies history behind Bob Houbregs’ 25.6 points per game in 1952-1953. Fultz also led the team in minutes played with 35.7 per game as well as assists with 5.7 per game and was second in rebounds with 5.9 per game. By the time Pac-12 honors were awarded, Fultz—‌the lone Husky selected—‌was named to the First-team All-Pac-12 and Third-team All-American. A player who “jumps off the page athletically and possesses creative scoring instincts and playmaking skills”, the consensus among sports analysts was that Fultz would be the first overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

 

Weight .02 lbs
Dimensions 18 × .01 × 12 in
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