Fans share hilarious reactions on Victor Wembanyama and Rudy Gobert posing for a picture together - “Bro makes Rudy look like a guard omg”, “2K gonna be so confused trying to make the Victor Wembanyana build”

Metropolitans 92 v G League Ignite
Metropolitans 92 v G League Ignite

NBA prospect Victor Wembanyama continuously leaves everyone in awe with his on-court abilities. Now that he's finally played a game in the United States, fans are astonished at how he's able to play like a guard, despite being taller than All-Star center Rudy Gobert.

The world took notice of Victor Wembanyama when a video of him and Rudy Gobert playing one-on-one went viral. In the video, it was obvious that his length is his advantage over almost everyone. However, as time passed by, his other on-court skills developed, and Wembanyama became lethal from all parts of the floor.


Victor's team, the Metropolitans 92 of the LNB Pro A, a French basketball league, recently had two exhibition games against the G-League Ignite team. It was one of the most highly-anticipated matches before the season started as it featured future top prospects.

For the Metropolitans 92, they had Victor Wembanyama. G-League Ignite, on the other hand, had Scoot Henderson. Both players are projected to be the first and second picks in next year's NBA draft, respectively. This explains why the game was watched by the most dedicated basketball fans.

After the game, players posed for pictures with fans. One particular photographic subject caught the attention of most people. It was of the Minnesota Timberwolves' Gobert alongside his fellow Frenchman, Wembanyama. The height difference between the two surprised many fans, and Twitter users wasted no time sharing their thoughts.

Bro makes Rudy look like a guard omg…
2K gonna be so confused trying to make the Victor Wembanyana build…
@DanWoikeSports yup, we already knew Victor was 7'5" so this makes sense. In the pic he looks about 4" taller than Gobert, who is 7'1"
@Nba77777778 @DanWoikeSports He looks like one bump and his body will crumble. Holmgren has the same build. Look how great that’s turning out already
@DanWoikeSports Gorbert is like 7’1 this guy gotta be like 7’5 😂😂😂😂😂
@DanWoikeSports The height, length, and defensive instincts of Gobert with the skillset of Durant
@DanWoikeSports Yeah it's official, this guy was made in a lab
Wired: trading all your picks for Rudy Gobert Inspired: trading Ant and KAT next summer for the no. 1 pick to pair these two together…
Bro makes Rudy look like a guard omg…
@CallMeBradG @DanWoikeSports We are getting some generational tank teams this year. It’s going to be hilarious.
@DanWoikeSports I didn’t even recognize that was Gobert. This is crazy 🤯
That French team boutta be the craziest national team we’ve seen since the redeem team good lord…
@DanWoikeSports After the Frédéric Weis model failed in testing, France went back to the lab and made some upgrades.
Wow! 7’1 Rudy Gobert next to @vicw_32 truly incroyable. Hope he can build up his frame like @rudygobert27 has done so well. Magnifique!!!!!!…
LeBron, Giannis, KD, Zion, Victor most unique builds in NBA history…

Victor Wembanyama is an incredible talent, and most teams right now are ready to tank just to get him in their team. The question is, would it be worth it?

Is it worth it to tank for Victor Wembanyama?

Metropolitans 92 v G League Ignite
Metropolitans 92 v G League Ignite

Victor Wembanyama is one of the biggest prospects in the NBA right now. In fact, he could be considered the best prospect in the history of the league. His size, skills and talents all complement one another.

Teams like the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz are all trying to compete against one another to see which team will get to draft him. It will be interesting to see how bad the tanking will be this season. Wembanyama is a unicorn of a player and missing a chance to draft him would definitely be dreadful.

One of Wembanyama's downsides is his durability. In his early professional career, he's already had two lower-body injuries that sidelined him and had him miss a significant number of games. That's one of the reasons why he missed the FIBA EuroBasket 2022 over the summer. It's a high-risk, high-reward type of gamble if teams consider drafting the 7-foot-4 center to their team.

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