The ABC news reporter Robin Roberts met with Wembanyama a few days before the draft. Wembanyama said he’s been looking forward to this day for the last few years.
According to Wembanyama, he eats before practice, after practice, before bed, after waking up, and before napping.
Having your goal in sight and having high expectations for yourself are the most important things in life, according to Wemby.
Wembanyama follows a strict training and recovery regimen for injury prevention, including pregame warm-ups.
According to Wembanyama, critics are unaware of his work ethic and that he is ready for the NBA schedule.
As a result of his future success in the NBA, Wembanyama’s parents will retire early.
He said it will be an emotional night for Wembanyama on NBA draft night.
In preparation for entering the next stage of his career, Wembanyama is immersing himself in the everyday culture of his homeland.
After learning English, he plans to take some European food home to his hometown by acting like he already understands it.
It must be very impressive to play against the greatest players in the world, said the French basketball athlete who is soon to be catapulted into American basketball fame