Victor Wembanyama puts up big numbers in Metro 92’s win

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Once again, Victor Wembanyama demonstrated why he is projected to be the No. 1 pick in the 2023 NBA draft.

The 7-foot-4 prospect led the Paris-based Metropolitans 92 to a 78-69 victory Friday over Limoges CSP on the road. Wembanyama picked up a double-double with 33 points and 12 rebounds, along with 4 assists and 3 blocks. His 8-foot wingspan was highlighted on several of his splash plays.

Victor Wembanyama’s handle 🤯 pic.twitter.com/UCCGSeyzpO

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Denied by Wemby! 🚫

Watch him close out Q4 live on the NBA App:
📲 https://t.co/0fEZTFKz0Q pic.twitter.com/1wpJ5qF1tR

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Wemby beats the Q3 buzzer 😤

He’s got 28 PTS and 11 REB heading into Q4. Watch it live on the NBA App!

📲 https://t.co/0fEZTG2IeY pic.twitter.com/hSaSs8QHwR

— NBA (@NBA) November 4, 2022

Wemby splashes the corner 3 with a hand in his face 🎯

Watch him live now on the NBA App!

📲 https://t.co/0fEZTG2IeY pic.twitter.com/0yenT3mXc2

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Victor Wembanyama is too smooth with it 🔥

Watch him hoop LIVE now on the NBA App!

📲 https://t.co/0fEZTG2IeY pic.twitter.com/HhoJ9lDmUq

— NBA (@NBA) November 4, 2022

The win was Metro 92’s sixth in a row. Their next LNB Pro A game will be Nov. 20 against Nanterre 92.