The normally solid and level-headed Ringer.com has come up with some preposterous options:
Markelle Fultz is a mystery, which is a rare and strange thing these days. A mystery is essentially a lack of information, but modern life is defined by incessant information overload. Which is why conspiracy theories are so common. They posit a world in which the vast and readily available information swirling all around us is being constantly subverted by shadowy forces to obfuscate the truth. In the second decade of the 21st century, mysteries—actual “what the fuck happened?” mysteries—are mostly relegated to inexplicable plane crashes and true-crime podcasts.