Wembanyama returns to score 24 points, lead Spurs over Wizards

There were multiple meetings held in the NBA, with the San Antonio Spurs claiming their eighth win of the season. Unfortunately, Sandro Mamukelashvili was unable to play for the second match in a row. San Antonio is currently in the last position in the West Conference, and Washington is ahead of Detroit in the East Conference.

San Antonio Spurs vs. Washington Wizards

During the game, the Spurs received a boost from Victor Wembanyama, who played exceptionally well and scored a game-high 24 points, including seven points during a 12-0 run in the last quarter that tied the score at 121. His three-pointer was crucial in securing the win for the Spurs, who finished with a score of 131:127.

It seems strange to see a player of Wembanyama’s caliber playing for a team like the Spurs, but there is a plan in place. Coach Popovich is not in a rush and is willing to take another season to build a competitive team around Victor before launching a full-scale assault in the next season.

Despite being at the bottom of the conference, the fans of San Antonio are very enthusiastic and optimistic about their team’s future. Spurs have a great basketball culture and are hoping to see something similar to what they witnessed in the ’90s and early 2000s.

In the game, Wemby scored 24 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 6 blocks in 28 minutes. He made 2 of 5 three-pointers.

Wemby is a special player with scary potential.

Regular season

  • Detroit Pistons vs Milwaukee Bucks – 135:141
    Damian Lillard – 45 points, 11 assist;
  • Charlotte Hornets vs Philadelphia 67ers – 89:97
    Joel Embiid – 33 points, 10 rebounds;
  • Atlanta Hawks vs Cleveland Cavaliers – 95:116
  • New York Knicks vs Toronto Raptors – 126:100
  • Chicago Bulls vs Memphis Grizzlies – 125:96
  • Huston Rockets vs Utah Jazz – 127:126
  • Minnesota Timberwolves vs Oklahoma City Thunder – 97:102
About The Author
Armaz Akhvlediani
Armaz Akhvlediani
I, Armaz Akhvlediani, work as a journalist for Setanta Sports. I'm writing analytical articles, about socio-economic and political influences on football, besides - blogs and reviews. Before that, I worked as a contributing writer for Liberali, National Geographic and Radio Freedom. I'm one of the founders and chief editors of a literature magazine - "Daraji" (Watchmen). Since I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in comparative literature, I am keen on providing the readers and viewers with some fresh perspective – the articles I write often compare sports events with those presented in literary works, finding similarities and eventually arriving at earlier unexplored destinations through less travelled roads.

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