NBA: Victor Wembanyama’s first triple double

NBA: Victor Wembanyama’s first triple double

The Frenchman broke several records on a personal historic night, where the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Pistons.

NBA night left a historical involvement of Victor Wembanyama, entering the most important pages of the franchise and breaking several records that have been stopped in time in the best league in the world. San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons; the worst team of the season, including the first triple double for the Frenchman, who completed his personal scoresheet with 16 points (on 7/15 shooting from the field) in addition to 12 rebounds and 10 assists. The end result is 130 to 108 for those from Texas.

The numbers of the Spurs player will remain in the memory of many because of the destruction of some marks. At first, He is the youngest player in the franchise (20 years old) to achieve a triple double. Furthermore, he only needed 21 minutes on the playing field to add these numbers. In this way He became the second player to need the least amount of time to achieve double digits in three places. The fastest so far is Russell Westbrook in March 2014, who needed just 20 minutes to reach 13 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds in a game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

To continue adding data to this event; Wembanyama He is the fifth player over 2.24 m. for getting a triple-double. The previous ones were Ralph Sampson, Shawn Bradley, Mark Eaton and Manute Bol. “Achieving it by winning the game makes it even better. I don’t know that I’m the second fastest in history, and for me it’s important. I don’t like to talk for the sake of talking, but this is the image we want to give as a team and the image I want to give as a player” declared Wembi.

Source: Tycsports

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