Spurs’ Victor Wembanyama Pulls Off Absolutely Wicked Shammgod To Break Grizzlies Defenders

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Andrew Powell Sports and Entertainment Blogger
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Give him the Rookie of the Year now! It’s a wrap!

So it’s quite obvious that San Antonio Spurs rookie superstar Victor Wembanyama is setting himself up for a legendary career, doing something new with the game of basketball on a nightly basis. (RELATED: Hornets To Interview Lindsey Harding For Their Head Coaching Vacancy: REPORT)

Tuesday’s game between the Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies at FedExForum was no exception, as the 7’4″ rising talent was once again doing his thing in San Antonio’s 102-87 win.

At one point during the fourth quarter, Wembanyama was handling the ball around the short corner. In an attempt to create an easy shot, the Spurs big-man took the dribble in the middle of a couple of Memphis defenders, bringing it back across himself with his right hand and then spins to perfection for an easy layup.


This slow-motion shot really puts this move into perspective of how good it is:

And I just want to point out that this came just a couple of days after this outright incredible performance from Wemby:

Like seriously though … can we just give him the Rookie of the Year now?