The San Antonio team’s introduction of Wembanyama did not have the expected outcome as they have a disappointing record of 3-16 and a 14-game losing streak. Although it was known that having the French superstar on the team would not guarantee an instant transformation, the current situation is worse than anticipated. According to Vincent Collet, coach of the France National Team, he has an idea of why this is happening.
On the NBA Extra show, Collet appeared and talked about his perspective on San Antonio and the newcomer’s initial performances in the league. He recommended that Wembanyama concentrate on boosting his shooting accuracy and supporting his teammates in creating opportunities, among other aspects.
There are three players from the San Antonio Spurs who may potentially be traded in the near future.
The San Antonio Spurs are in a tough spot with the worst record in the Western Conference and a 13-game losing streak. While they have made some opponents nervous in recent games, it is clear that they need to make significant changes to get back on track. General Manager Brian Wright and the front office re-signed or extended several familiar faces, but they may need to move some of them to find players who fit better alongside Victor Wembanyama. Despite the opportunity to trade Julian Champagnie soon, it seems unlikely that the Spurs will move him. Sandro Mamukelashvili is also in a similar position, but his future with the team is uncertain. The team cannot trade Tre Jones until January, but he is a crucial part of the team’s offense and unlikely to be let go.