As stated in the announcement, Spurs had only planned to rely on Wembanyama for a couple of games during the Summer League. The young forward had a successful season with his team Metropolitans 92 in France, where he led the regular season in points, rebounds, and blocks. In addition to these impressive statistics, he also provided 2.4 assists per game in the 32.1 minutes he played. Despite his great individual performance, his team finished second in the qualifying phase with 23 wins out of 34 games, losing out to Monaco who were their rivals in the finals and beat Wemby’s team.
The Las Vegas tournament has seen Spurs win one and lose one game so far. They’re scheduled to play their next match on Tuesday against the Washington Wizards, who happen to have Bilal Coulibaly as one of their teammates from Metropolitans 92 in France, where Wembanyama also plays.
Last season, the forward player led his team Metropolitans 92 in France with an outstanding performance. He topped the regular season charts in points (21.6), rebounds (10.4), and blocks (three), while also contributing 2.4 assists in 32.1 minutes. He was the main player on the team, which finished second in the qualifying phase with 23 wins out of 34 games. However, they faced tough competition from Monaco in the finals, who swept the team of Wemby.
The Las Vegas tournament has seen the Spurs secure one victory and suffer one defeat. Their upcoming match is scheduled for Tuesday against the Washington Wizards, whose team includes Bilal Coulibaly, Wembanyama’s fellow teammate from Metropolitans 92 in France.