As a basketball prospect, Victor Wembanyama is borderline incomprehensible, in the best way possible. He is a confounding, exceedingly rare cross section of extreme size and skillful polish, and he’s a virtual certainty to be the top selection in the 2023 NBA draft. Because most anything seems possible for the 7-foot-3 Frenchman, the mythology about his game and upside has already begun to grow. In this video, J. Kyle Mann lays the foundation for the discussion with some basic explanations about what has scouts so over-the-moon excited about Wembanyama’s future.
Victor Wembanyama Is Something That We Cannot Comprehend
J. Kyle Mann gives some basic explanations about what has scouts so over-the-moon excited about Wembanyama’s future
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