San Antonio Spurs star center Victor Wembanyama isn't just dominant when the games actually count. Wemby was spotted playing against some kids outside and the 7'4″ Frenchman showed them no mercy:

That's one way to get ready for the Olympic Games.

Wembanyama is set to make his Summer Games debut for a Team France squad that's already anchored by now four-time Defensive Player of the Year, Rudy Gobert.

French National Basketball Coach Vincent Collet announced a preliminary French roster that includes 19 players. The team will be cut down to a roster of 12 by the time the first contest tips in late July.

In addition to Wembanyama and the Minnesota Timberwolves defensive ace, France will sport a roster that includes veteran Nicolas Batum of the Philadelphia 76ers and Detroit Pistons swingman Evan Fournier. The Spurs' star has been clear about his excitement in representing his home country.

“It's huge. I've been eager to go back to France for some time now,” Wembanyama said right when his Rookie of the Year season ended. “It's just going to be incredible.”

“Apart from the basketball performance, I'm not even expecting anything. Because it's one of my dreams to play in the Olympics, I'm just going to enjoy the moment and when I'm on the court give two hundred percent – as I do every time I wear this jersey,” Wembanyama, whose native Paris will host this summer's Olympics, continued.

“It's going to be just incredible and I'm going to be here like a kid to enjoy the moment.”

The preliminary French roster includes several other players who suited up in the NBA this season: Washington Wizards forward Bilal Coulibaly, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Ousmane Dieng, and recent Pistons player Killian Hayes.

The 20-year-old Spurs center revealed he has been back home since his NBA season ended a month ago.

“This summer is special because it's pretty busy. I'm still going to have time and I've had time to relax already in France a little bit with my family and now I'm going to have time to practice. I'm going to have just a little bit of time after the Olympics hopefully to work out before the season.”

It's been a whirlwind 12-months for the Spurs star. It's good to see he can still have fun when he has the time.