Victor Wembanyama has already become a sensation in the NBA, despite not having played a regular season game yet. The 19-year-old’s impressive performance in only two Summer League games, where he averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game, was viewed by millions of fans. This young player is expected to have a significant impact on the San Antonio Spurs, who have struggled in recent years but are hopeful for a reversal of fortunes. In fact, there are rumors that the team is exploring a move to a new arena in the future. Since moving to AT&T Center in 2002, the Spurs have won four NBA championships, but have been less successful in recent years since losing several key players, such as Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, and Kawhi Leonard. With Wembanyama now part of the team, the Spurs hope to see growth both on and off the court. Although a proposal for a new downtown arena may take years to come to fruition (if it happens at all), Wembanyama’s presence has already generated renewed interest in the team, with officially-licensed gear selling out and season-ticket sales spiking. The teenage player is ready to handle the pressure and lead the Spurs to a revival that may even culminate in a brand-new arena for the team.