Victor Wembanyama and Chet Holmgren Lead the NBA in Total Blocks for the First Time in NBA History

Victor Wembanyama Chet HolmgrenChet Holmgren and Victor Wembanyama (Image Source: Getty Images)

Victor Wembanyama and Chet Holmgren are two young players with the potential to achieve legendary status if they maintain consistency throughout their careers.

According to the recent reports by the social media accounts of NBA officials on X (formerly known as Twitter), Victor Wembanyama and Chet Holmgren are the two rookies who have led the NBA in total blocks since they became an official stat in 1973-74.

Victor Wembanyama has been hailed as the next big thing in basketball after LeBron James. Every week, his stats become more and more impressive. However, he had a difficult learning curve at the beginning of the season and struggled while playing a significant role for the San Antonio Spurs. Wembanyama has faced tough competition from some of the NBA’s most lethal interior scorers.

Despite this, he had a remarkable rookie season, starting in 71 games and averaging 21.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and an incredible 3.6 blocks per game. He has already established himself as a notable rookie star and has set his sights on pushing his performance to new heights.

Both Holmgren and Wembanyama have made a strong impression in their debut seasons

Holmgren was one of the most prominent rookies this year, playing the most minutes and appearing in all 82 regular-season games alongside one other player.

He is seen as the leading candidate to outdo Wembanyama and become the best rookie of the year. Holmgren and Wembanyama have made a strong impression in their debut seasons and are revolutionizing the center position.

Holmgren had an impressive regular season, averaging 16.5 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.3 blocks, and a 37% three-point range. He is a significant contributor to the success of the Thunder, and the developing rivalry between him and Wembanyama is expected to create exciting entertainment for the fans.


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