The Tottenham Hotspur player is incorporating new skills into his playing style.
The basketball community is closely monitoring Victor Wembanyama, the San Antonio Spurs’ No. 1 pick in the 2023 draft, believing he has what it takes to make a name for himself in the NBA. In preparation for next season, Wembanyama continues to train hard with the Texan team to improve his performance and skills. He recently revealed that he is learning Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s legendary skyhook, which he hopes to add to his already impressive arsenal. With his height of 2.21m and wingspan of 2.34m, Wembanyama has the physical attributes to master this now-disused shot. Although Kareem believes it’s an “old-fashioned” shot, he also stated that it’s not hard to learn, leaving open the possibility for Wembanyama to become the next giant to take advantage of this shot.
Steph Curry’s son, Canon, receives humorous comments from fans after the release of his father’s documentary. Meanwhile, the basketball world is keeping a close eye on Victor Wembanyama, the San Antonio Spurs’ No. 1 pick in the 2023 draft. The French player withdrew from the World Cup and has been training with the Texan team to improve his skills. Wembanyama has been learning the skyhook, a legendary shot popularized by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, which he hopes to add as a weapon in his game. With his physical build of 2.21m height and 2.34m wingspan, he has the potential to master the shot and become the next giant in the NBA. However, Kareem believes it’s an old-fashioned shot and is puzzled as to why players rarely use it since it’s not hard to learn.