"F*ck This Sh*t": Jeremy Sochan Admits To Having Doubts Over His Role With The Spurs This Season

Potential Spurs star struggles to adjust to point guard role alongside Victor Wembanyama.

Everything about the Spurs revolves around their young star Victor Wembanyama, but he can't do it alone if this team has any ambitions to win this season.  

So far, Jeremy Sochan has been the closest thing to a co-star for Wemby but his struggles at the point guard position  

this season is drawing some major questions about not only his capabilities, but the coaching capabilities of head coach Gregg Popovich 

There have been moments where it’s like, ‘Yo, I don’t want to’... It’s like, ‘f*ck this sh*t’," said Sochan, via San Antonio Express News.  

"It’s the first time I have ever played point guard in my life.” 

Sochan has really been a poor fit running point this season, but Popovich is seemingly determined to make it work since he keeps running it during games. 

Sochan, a 6'9" swingman out of Baylor, has typically played power forward on the court and it's clear to see that he's learning how to run an offense on the fly.  

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