In a daring declaration, Trail Blazers’ high-flying sensation, Shaedon Sharpe, is setting his sights on an ambitious dunk attempt, even against the towering figure of Spurs’ No. 1 pick, Victor Wembanyama.
The upcoming clash between Portland and San Antonio next month presents Sharpe with the perfect opportunity to test his aerial prowess against the 7’4″ giant.
As the anticipation builds for the Trail Blazers’ showdown against the San Antonio Spurs, Sharpe’s fearless attitude is making headlines.
The six-five guard, known for his explosive dunks, has asserted that no player in the NBA is exempt from his dunk attempts, including the imposing Wembanyama.
In a recent exchange with a reporter, Sharpe was asked about his intentions to dunk on Wembanyama in the upcoming matchup.
Unfazed by the prospect of facing a player towering at 7’4″, Sharpe confidently responded, “Yeah, I mean if he’s there, then I’ll try. He’s what, 7’1, 7’2?”
Upon learning of Wembanyama’s actual height, Sharpe remained undeterred, stating, “Are you serious? That’s OD, but I mean if I get the chance, I’ll try.”
The bold statement from Sharpe adds an extra layer of excitement to an already highly anticipated game, as fans eagerly await to see if the Trail Blazers’ guard can turn his words into a gravity-defying reality against the formidable shot-blocker in Wembanyama.