PHOENIX – We've seen flashes of brilliance from San Antonio Spurs youngster Victor Wembanyama.
However, the 19-year-old finally displayed a whole image worth salivating over on Thursday, as he guided the Phoenix Suns to a 132-121 hammering.
Wembanyama matched for the third-most points scored by a rookie in Spurs history with 38 points.
Only Hall of Famer David Robinson had more points in his first game.Here are five key takeaways from the game:
On his way out of the crowded postgame interview area, Wembanyama ducked his head to avoid the doorframe and swallowed a lengthy swig from a clear plastic bottle.
After putting an end to Phoenix's revival from a 27-point deficit, the youngster deserved the hydration.
Former Spur Keita Bates-Diop hit a 23-footer with 4:21 remaining to tie the game at 116.Wembanyama then scored 10 of San Antonio's next 12 points on an 18-foot
turnaround jumper with 1:35 remaining to make the score 128-116.Fans at Footprint Center began filing out of the venue 12 seconds later.
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