No. 1 strong candidate’ Wembanyama wins the French league… Won 5 crowns including MVP

NBA (American Professional Basketball) 2023 Draft 1st place leading candidate Victor Wembanyama (19, France) conquered the French league.스포츠토토

According to the announcement of the French LNB Professional Basketball League on the morning of the 18th (Korean time), Wembanyama received the regular league MVP, Defender of the Year, Scorer, Block King, Rebound King, and Best Young Player award.

With this, Wembanyama was honored to be selected as the youngest MVP in the history of the French league LNB. He also dominated the French league, being voted into the list of the best five players of the season.

Next, he posted a picture of his team Boulogne-Levalois Metropolitans 92 (hereafter Metropolitans) Wembanyama holding 5 trophies and congratulated, “What kind of season has come to Wembanyama?”

Wembamyama played 34 games for the Metropolitans 92 in the LNB PRO A League this season, averaging 32.1 minutes per game. In the meantime, he averaged 21.5 points, 10.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 3 blocks, devastating the French league.

Victor Wembanyama has won five French league trophies. Provided by Metropolitans 92

There’s no doubt that Wembayama will be the #1 pick in the upcoming 2023 NBA draft, and the San Antonio Spurs will look to build around him and rebuild the dynasty.

Wemban Yama was delighted to be going to San Antonio, too, and he expressed his desire to have more banners of his at the AT&T Center. After the 2023 NBA lottery nomination draw was over, he said, “I will try to win the ring as much as possible. Get ready,” he expressed his strong aspirations.

An NBA scout praised Wembanyama, saying, “I think his franchise is worth more than $500 million,” and “no one is likely to get ahead of him in this draft.”

Meanwhile, San Antonio general manager Brian Wright said of the opportunity to choose Wembanyama, “I hope we can continue to build our core around him,” and promised to “build a team that will grow with him for years to come.” did.

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