Analyst Makes Bold Prediction About Victor Wembanyama

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Written By Maya Cantina

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Victor Wembanyama has officially taken the NBA by storm.

The San Antonio Spurs landed a true gem, and while that didn’t translate into many wins, it’s just a matter of time before it happens.

As a matter of fact, NBA analyst Alan Hahn believes we’re just one year or two away from watching Wembanyama become the MVP.

Talking on ESPN’s Get Up, he gushed about Wembanyama’s impact on both ends of the floor, and it’s hard to argue with that prediction.

Wembanyama has flirted with quadruple doubles this season, but his impact goes way beyond numbers.

The way he’s dominating on defense as a rim protector and then moves like a guard on offense is just mesmerizing.

Of course, some might argue that Chet Holmgren has had an impact on winning and his numbers aren’t half bad either, but Wembanyama has been a one-man show and the undisputed alpha dog when it comes to rookie players this season.

The scariest part is that this is the worst version of Victor Wembanyama we will ever see.

Barring injuries — and he’s been healthy for most of the season — he’s only going to keep getting better and more dominant.

He couldn’t have chosen a better landing spot and a better mentor to coach him and develop him, and it’ll be very exciting to watch his journey to the mountaintop and how he could become the best player on Earth.

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