3 Reasons Victor Wembanyama will crash the NBA's top 10 players sooner than you think

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The All-Star Weekend just passed (an uninspiring one to say the least), the first for the San Antonio Spurs prized 7-foot-4 rookie phenom Victor Wembanyama where he showcased his talents in the Rising Stars Game Friday night and the Skills Challenge as a part of the No.1 pick team, becoming the tallest participant in the history of the event.

Before the All-Star break, the Spurs were (2-8) in their last ten games and are in the absolute gutter of the Western Conference with a diabolical record of (11-44) with 27 games left on their schedule. Despite being on pace to post an even worse record pre-Wemby, going (22-60) last season, their rookie has luckily been everything they envisioned him being and then some.

There are numerous amounts of young brewing talents in the NBA taking the league by storm as the league is in a transition phase, with LeBron James nearing his way out as he talked about during the All-Star weekend, as well as superstars Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant not far behind.

With that being said, Wembanyama is having a rookie season for the ages... Let's get into why he can be a top-10 player by next season.