Victor Wembenyama Embracing Any NBA Draft Landing Spot

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19-year-old prodigy Victor Wembenyama has zero worries about where he may end up in the upcoming NBA Draft this summer. Wembenyama knows that whoever takes him will put him in the best position to succeed.

“There is no wrong team.” “I am not worried; there is no bad organization,” he said. “I never tell myself I don’t like to go there.” 

Wembenyama may be the most talked-about and hyped-up prospect since LeBron James. Zion Williamson drew some heads, but in LeBron James’ words, Victor Wembenyama is an “alien,” while recently, all we have seen are unicorns.

What James meant by that is that Victor is something we have never seen in this game before. A 7-footer with a monster wing span who can rebound the ball, pass, shoot at a high level from all phases of the basketball court and play defense at a high level. He is the conscious number-one draft pick at the moment, and unless something unprecedented happens, nothing will change that.

He’s listed at 7-foot-2, but ESPN’s Jonathan Givony said his latest measurement was upwards of 7-foot-4 without shoes.

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Currently, the Spurs, Hornets, Pistons, and Rockets will be more than likely the four teams in the race for him. However, with the lottery format, you never know who could sneak into the discussion. A team to watch could be the Wizards, depending on how they turn out over these last 23 games.

If Wembenyama’s 7-foot-4 measurement is accurate. It’d already make him the tallest player in the entire NBA. He can do everything you want in a basketball player and more.

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With the Metropolitans in the LNB Pro A French League, Wembenyama is averaging 22.2 PPG, 9.5 REB, 3.1 BLK, 3.1 AST, shoots 81.1% from the free throw line, and has a 47% FG percentage. Averaging just over 32 minutes a game in a Professional League, what he is doing is unheard of.

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