Victor Wembanyama undergoes body transformation ahead of NBA rookie season

Victor Wembanyama undergoes body transformation ahead of NBA rookie season

Prior to his rookie NBA season, Victor Wembanyama transforms his body.

No. Victor Wembanyama, who was selected first overall in the 2023 NBA Draft, has talked about the physical changes he made in preparation for his rookie season with the San Antonio Spurs.

Victor Wembanyama has disclosed how his offseason body transformation has changed him.

After being selected by the San Antonio Spurs in the June NBA draft, Wembanyama is getting ready for his first season in the league.
One of the most gifted rookies to enter the league in a generation, the Spurs selected the 19-year-old with the first overall pick.

Many NBA personnel have expressed excitement at the prospect of seeing Wembanyama play due to his height of 7 feet 4 inches and wingspan of more than 8 feet.
The teen has since revealed how he has spent the last few months getting ready for his first season in the league.

Wembanyama claims that as he prepares to play in the NBA, he has gained more than 10 pounds over the offseason. Wembanyama also insists that he won’t be doing too much even though he claims to have changed his body.

Wembanyama told reporters on Wednesday that he had put on 10 to 15 pounds.
“I’m attempting to stop there.
I’m making an effort to add slowly and carefully.

“Our course is sound.
We’re good because my physical and mental health are better than they have ever been in my life.

Wembanyama participated in the NBA Summer League in July, giving him his first experience playing on a league court.
In two games, he played, racking up 54 minutes of playing time, 36 points, 20 rebounds, and eight blocks. But when the 2023–24 season starts later this month, the real test will start.

Making friends with his new teammates is a necessary step in preparing for NBA competition.
Prior to being selected, Wembanyama competed for the Metropolitans 92 in France.
He talked about his early Spurs career.

Wembanyama responded, via ESPN, when asked how he liked the open practice sessions with Spurs players before the start of training camp, “I mean, it was very useful in order to get to know each other.

“In my opinion, the game is more liberated during those open runs.
On the court, my teammates’ personalities are blatantly visible.
Although it has been beneficial, I am confident that in a few days it will become even more intense and extremely helpful.


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