Golden State Warriors All-Star Andrew Wiggins has agreed to a four-year, $109 million extension, his agents Drew Morrison and Steven Heumann of CAA Sports tell ESPN.
The Warriors passed out not one but two huge contract extensions Saturday. Wiggins performance in the NBA 2021-22 finals against the Boston Celtics cemented his place on the roster and a role in the starting lineup.
After Jordan Poole’s four year max contract signing worth $142 million dollars the Warriors approached Andrew Wiggins agent and struck the deal. The contract Extensions for Poole and Wiggins were two of the Warriors’ greatest needs this offseason after each played significant parts in Golden State’s fourth NBA title in eight seasons.
The Athletics’ Anthony Slater said that Andrew Wiggins will take a compensation cut with this expansion, dropping him from 0.6 million to a million every year. He will likewise have a player option in the final year.
With Andrew Wiggins currently under contract for the next four seasons, the Warriors’ offseason agenda is looks complete prior to two days ahead of their title defense in NBA 2022-23 season opener against the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 18.
Andrew Wiggins joined the Golden State Warriors in a Feb. 6, 2020 exchange that sent D’Angelo Russell, Jacob Evans, and Omari Spellman to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The first-round draft picks that Golden State likewise got in the trade that transformed into Jonathan Kuminga (No. 7 of every 2021), who was brilliant in his rookie season and has all the skills of being a major piece of the Warriors’ future.
Andrew Wiggins stats at Golden State Warriors
Wiggins, 27, has arrived at an average of 18 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game in 156 games more than two or more seasons with the Warriors.
His two best field-goal shooting seasons (47.7 percent in 2020-21 and 46.6 percent in 2021-22) accompanied the group, and his lock-down defense procured him the epithet, Two-Way Wiggs.