Defenses are as sophisticated now as they have ever been, but offenses still have the benefit of being the initiators. They have to react to Victor Wembanyama, and if they do not, they will perish from a versatile offensive skill set that this young man has yet to hone. He will enter the league with many tools at his disposal, and those skills will force defenses to adjust to him, opening space for his teammates to do damage.
Roster construction and development will be critical to San Antonio's potential capacity on offense, but blueprints are readily available. Boston, Golden State, and Denver have shown that having multiple shooters and ball handlers can be a nightmare for opponents. Place a generational talent on a developed roster, and you have created a monster capable of breaking down defenses in multiple ways.
Teenagers do not generally walk in the door and automatically turn a lottery team into a contender. However, the Spurs have a solid foundation of young players with plenty of NBA experience. If San Antonio makes calculated moves in free agency and sees reasonable developmental leaps from Devin Vassell, Keldon Johnson, and Jeremy Sochan, they could kick in the door sooner rather than later.