Barely any players have at any point entered the NBA with heavier assumptions than Victor Wembanyama.
Wembanyama, a 18-year-seasoned pro French ball player, has previously been named a generational possibility.
At 7-foot-4, with a 8-foot wingspan, Wembanyama is a liquid competitor who handles the ball like a gatekeeper, shoots threes, gets done with power
what's more, elegance close to the bin, and safeguards the edge no sweat on guard.
He's been known as the most advertised and energizing possibility since LeBron James in 2002 and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the last part of the 1960s — grand organization.
With such enormous assumptions comes incredible tension, obviously — in the event that Wembanyama is anything short of perfect, some will be disheartened.
With such huge assumptions comes incredible tension, obviously — in the event that Wembanyama is anything short of perfect, some will be disheartened.
Addressing Insider in October to advance his wine brands, previous NBA Elite player Tony Parker — who realizes Wembanyama well — said it's vital that Wembanyama not succumb to the promotion.