NBA – Monstrous, Wembanyama validates an all-time craziness: “1st player in history to…

NBA Victor Wembanyama

Still very strong last night against the Nuggets, Victor Wembanyama continues his completely crazy work for his first season on the NBA floor.

The French pivot also recorded a new all-time record against Niko Jokic and others.

The last 20 matches have given us a pretty amazing glimpse of what Victor Wembanyama could do next season.

His stats over this period?

More than 23 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists and 4.6 blocks on average.

An absolutely staggering production for a rookie and he also came close to a monstrous quadruple-double last night, during his shock against the double Nikola Jokic.

The craziest part of all this is that he blacked up the stats sheet in just 31 minutes per game, even if his playing time has finally started to increase in recent weeks.

Enough to allow him to reach even crazier heights, particularly in defense.

He has also signed a new historical madness:

Victor Wembanyama monster of efficiency in defense

Wemby is the first player in NBA history to compile more than 225 blocks and 80 steals in a season, while playing less than 30 minutes per game.

The statistic seems a bit phoney, but it perfectly illustrates the delirious efficiency of the Habs.

If he still shows waste in attack, his defense is already largely on point, particularly in terms of numbers.

Imagine what it would have been like if he had played more than thirty minutes every night from the start of the regular season…

Needless to say, there is reason to be drooling in view of 2024-25 .

But just give him the DPOY actually my guy is 20 and already terrifying everyone

Imagine when he gets help

Victor Wembanyama has seen his playing time increase a bit in recent weeks, allowing him to compile even crazier statistics on the court.

We dare not imagine the carnage once he has the opportunity to let the horses go.

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