Richard Jefferson shared an interesting take on the future of VIctor Wembanyama on ESPN's 'NBA Today'.

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As Victor Wembanyama is seen as the best prospect after LeBron James, we can expect there would be a lot of competition between the league's bottom-tier teams to make sure they land him.

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Jefferson said: "Wembanyama will not end up on a bottom-three team. Tim Duncan and the Spurs, the Spurs only had a 2% chance to get Tim Duncan and that's where he ended up going.

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The bottom three teams have the highest percentage, I don't know what the percentage is exactly, so I think it'll be the next tier.

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Kinda like how Wiseman ended up with the Warriors. Zion and the Pelicans. I don't think he's going to end up going to a bottom-three team."

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Jefferson further said: "When I said that LeBron James would probably go number two in this exact same draft, let me explain to you history.

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Where did Michael Jordan go? Michael Jordan went three, why? There were two bigs taken in front of him. 

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You had Sam Bowie and you had Hakeem Olajuwon. The NBA will always go with the size, that's just the way it is."

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The buzz around Wemby has only skyrocketed since his exploits against the G ignite. His value will only increase further as we get to see more of him in the future. 

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