The Golden State Warriors and All-Star Andrew Wiggins have agreed to phrases on a four-year contract extension, his brokers confirmed to ESPN.
The deal features a participant choice that would enhance the general worth of the contract to $143 million.
The Warriors are anticipated to have a record-setting payroll and luxurious tax of $483 million for the 2023-24 NBA season.
Wiggins’ wage will take a dip with this extension. He will drop from his present $33.6 million to simply over $24 million to $26.3 million per season, based on a report from The Athletic.
The All-Star ahead elevated his recreation throughout final season’s playoff and championship run. The No. 1 total choose within the 2014 draft averaged 16.5 factors and seven.5 rebounds per recreation. Wiggins additionally contributed a powerful season on the defensive finish.
Wiggins is represented by Drew Morrison and Steven Heumann of CAA Sports.
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Wiggins reached his deal after teammate Jordan Poole agreed to a four-year, $140 million contract extension, based on a report from ESPN. Poole is represented by the identical company as Wiggins.
Poole was not too long ago concerned in an altercation with Draymond Green throughout a staff apply session.
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Green was fined however not suspended by the Warriors after video footage leaked of Green punching Poole throughout a closed apply. Green ended up spending a while away from the staff following the footage leak, however he returned to the staff Thursday.
Wiggins joined the Warriors in 2020 in a commerce with the Minnesota Timberwolves.