Midseason report card: Grading Spurs players at the All-Star break

Grading the San Antonio Spurs' key players heading out of the All-Star Break.

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In the middle of what has been a season with worse results than expected, fans have seen the performance of some players on the Spurs guarantee their continuity on the team. In contrast, others have not managed to do enough for the fans to feel that they should be part of the long-term plans, from which great things are expected in a short time.

The players are feeling the pressure to deliver positive results soon, especially with an eager fan base hoping for a return to the league's top ranks. Their performance this year will be crucial in determining if they can continue playing for the franchise, which is expected to improve significantly in the coming years.

Victor Wembanyama: A+

Upon Wemby's arrival to the Silver and Black organization, he was obligated to prove that the highlights and hype around him, previously seen on social media and in his last season in France, were indeed real. And Wembanyama has certainly lived up to those expectations by showcasing his skills to the fullest.

Many people think that Victor's potential is not fully reflected in the results achieved by San Antonio. Nevertheless, the fans are thrilled with his performance on the field and his numbers. Therefore, they expect the front office to provide him with a team where he can exhibit his potential even more.

After playing 49 games in the current season, Wembanyama has an average of more than 20 points, 10 rebounds, over 3 assists, and more than 3 blocks. Additionally, he has already set several records for a rookie player in the league.