The 27-year-old forward will remain with the Warriors after playing a pivotal role for the 2022 NBA champs.
The Golden State Warriors and forward Andrew Wiggins have agreed to a multiyear extension, the team announced this weekend. The reported four-year deal is worth up to $109 million. The Warriors have now locked up two of their stars with guard Jordan Poole also agreeing to a contract extension on Saturday. Wiggins officially signed his new contract extension the same day.
Wiggins, 27, has been with the Warriors since the 2019-2020 season when the team acquired him from Minnesota at the February trade deadline.
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