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Andrew Wiggins, Warriors agree on 4-year contract extension

The 27-year-old forward will remain with the Warriors after playing a pivotal role for the 2022 NBA champs.

The former No.1 pick was key to the Warriors’ title run in 2022.

Reports: Poole, Warriors come to terms on extension

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.

The former No. 1 pick (2014) was key to Golden State’s championship run last season, averaging 16.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists during the 2022 NBA playoffs.

“Andrew has been a terrific fit for our team since his arrival in the Bay Area almost three years ago,” general manager Bob Myers said. “His first ever championship last season earned him the admiration of many around the league and solidified his stature as an impactful two-way player in the NBA. We’re excited that he’ll be a part of our team for the next several years.”