There could be a ‘race to the bottom’ for Victor Wembanyama – Givony | NBA Today

There could be a ‘race to the bottom’ for victor wembanyama – givony | nba today

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Jonathan Givony joins NBA Today to discuss Victor Wembanyama’s performance against the G League Ignite and what certain NBA teams could do to ensure they have the best odds to draft him.

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