Top draft prospect Victor Wembanyama will be happy with any team he’s drafted to

Top draft prospect Victor Wembanyama will be happy with any team he’s drafted to

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The NBA draft is always a special time for teams looking to change the course of their future. It’s a chance to get an elite talent that the team can improve upon as soon as they step onto the pitch. For the first time in almost 20 years, we have a draft nominee who is creating unreal hype, and fans are excited to see him play in the NBA. French phenomenon Victor Wembanyama is highly regarded as the consensus number one pick overall in the upcoming 2023 NBA draft.

Wembanyama turned 19 last month and has a bright future ahead of him. He’s having a breakout season in France’s LNB Pro A and is playing his freshman year with the Metropolitans 92. NBA franchises are trying to put themselves in a position to draft Wembanyama, but they’re taking a lot of losses in the process.

Victor Wembanyama puts Mets 92 back on winning ways with 29 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks and, as usual, some ridiculous highlights for the future French League No. 1 and MVP.

— Jonathan Giveny (@DraftExpress) February 10, 2023

Which teams have the chance to draft Wembanyama?

Those currently fighting hard for Victor Wembanyama’s draft are the Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, Detroit Pistons and Charlotte Hornets. All four of those teams are bottom two in their respective conferences and have not yet reached the 20-win mark this season.

In 21 games for the Metropolitans this season, Wembanyama averaged (22.2) points, (9.5) rebounds, (2.3) assists, and (3.1) blocks per game. These are all career highs for him and he plays (32.1) minutes per game. At 7 foot two, he has elite touch near the basket and NBA scouts say his three-point shooting still has room for improvement.

Speaking to ESPN NBA insider Brian Windhorst, the top draft prospect had this to say about his preferences for where he would like to get drafted.

“There is no wrong team”… “I’m not worried; There is no such thing as bad organization. I never tell myself I don’t like going there.” – Victor Wembanyama

There is about 1/3 of the season left and the teams at the bottom of the rankings will do everything they can to fight for Wembanyama.

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