From Wembanyama to Branham, here are a few Spurs player’s New
We find out a few Spurs player’s New Year’s resolutions.
SAN ANTONIO — It’s a new year which means New Year’s resolutions.
Whether it is to get in shape, travel, financial goals, or a new job, many have resolved to be a better person in 2024.
But what about the San Antonio Spurs players? Do any of them have resolutions for the new year?
We asked Spurs’ Malaki Branham, Victor Wembanyama, and Julian Champangie if they have resolutions. Here is what they told and for Silver and Black fans, Branham’s is one they can get behind.
Wembanyama: “No, I’ve never been a big resolution guy, but I pretty much have new resolutions every week. Especially with our job, we get new challenges every two days, so there’s plenty more we can do.”
Branham: “Win more games. Win more games!”
Champagnie: “I don’t like to do them. I just have goals set out all the time. Just going into the new year playing hard.”
The Spurs will be looking to make Branham’s resolution come true as the team will start 2024 on the road against the Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night. San Antonio has lost 11 games in a row versus Memphis.
The Spurs recently announced that they have waived Charles Bediako.
After being converted to a Two-Way contract on Oct. 23, Bediako appeared in 11 games with the Austin Spurs this season, averaging 7.7 points and 6.9 rebounds in 19.0 minutes.
According to a report, he suffered a torn left meniscus.
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