What is the Warriors player’s salary and net worth?



Andre Wiggins was one of the key players for the Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA Finals. All information about the Dubs player regarding his salary and net worth can be found just below.

Andrew Wiggins of the Golden State Warriors
© Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesAndrew Wiggins of the Golden State Warriors

Andre Wiggins was the 1st overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft speak The Cleveland Cavaliers. However, he was traded to Minnesota Wolves. He made his NBA debut for the team on October 29, 2014. Amazingly, Wiggins has been a key player for the Golden State Warriors Celtics in this 2022 NBA post-season. The Warriors forward is averaging 16 points with 47% in field goals and 32% from the 3-point line in 34 minutes of play during his playoff run.

Andre Wiggins currently plays in his 8th season in the NBA. During the 2022 NBA Playoffsthe “Maple Jordan” started in all 21 games for the Golden State Warriors. Below Steve Kerr’s management, Wiggins has evolved in his game, for lack of a player in the Warriors roster.

Although Andre Wiggins is one of the Warriors best players with outstanding performances in this 2022 NBA Finals. he averages 18 dots with 9 rebounds and 2 assists per game in his first-ever series of finals against the Boston Celtics.

Andrew Wiggins’ contract

According to Spotrac, a specialized site, Andrew Wiggins signed a 5-year contract worth $147,710,050 with the Minnesota Timberwolves, including $147,710,050 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $29,542,010. In 2022-23, Wiggins will earn a base salary of $33,616,770while wearing a cap hit of $33,616,770 and a limit value of $33,616,770. In 2023, he will be an unrestricted free agent unless the Warriors sign him to a new contract.

Andrew Wiggins net worth

According to many specialized sites, the net worth of Wiggins is currently estimated at $35 million. That number could change astronomically if he manages to sign a new contract at Golden State or any other franchise if the Dubs don’t want him there.


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