Weather anchor compares storm system to Spurs’ Victor Wembanyama

The “Wemby effect” is even impacting the weather.

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Spurs‘ Victor Wembanyama is often called “alien” or “generational.”

But this might be the first time he is used to describe a weather system.

With storms likely heading to San Antonio coming from the Texas Gulf, a Weather Channel anchor did her best to put the magnitude of the storm in perspective.

To share the scope of the storm, she used Wemby’s massive eight-foot wingspan to describe the tropical storm system’s width.

“This huge system has such a huge wingspan. It reminded me of an NBA player – you know, Victor Wembanyama,” she said. “His wingspan is eight feet! Could you imagine having a wingspan that big? Well, that’s what this system does.”

This potential storm coming to San Antonio could be a big rainmaker and cause trouble, just like Wemby does on the court versus the opposition.

The 2024 NBA Rookie of the Year averaged 21.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and a league-leading 3.6 blocked shots per game. He was the first rookie to finish a season with at least 1,500 points, 250 assists, and 250 blocked shots.

And the forecast for his sophomore season could spell trouble for any team stepping on the court next season against San Antonio.

“What’s for sure is I’m not even close from being at my best. I don’t see my progression stopping anytime soon. So, it’s good, good for confidence and, you know, there’s a lot to correct, a lot to adjust,” Wembanyama said last season.

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