Victor Wembanyama is as good as advertised. During a 130-108 win over the Detroit Pistons, Wembanyama notched his first triple-double.
The stat line for the 7-foot-3 French wonder was 16 points, 12 rebounds, and ten assists. The triple-double was registered in just 21 minutes of game time.
“Doing it in a win is everything, of course,” said Wembanyama. “I didn’t know it was the second fastest in NBA history. It matters to me. I’m not the type to talk for nothing. This is the kind of statement we want to make as a team, and this is type of statement I want to make as a player.”
The fastest was completed by Russell Westbrook in 2014 in a game against the Philadelphia 76ers.
You can see Wemby’s post-game press conference below.
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