Andrew Wiggins signs contract extension with Timberwolves

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Following weeks of building anticipation, the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday morning finally agreed to terms on a five-year, $146.5 million extension with forward Andrew Wiggins.

The average value of the contract, $29.6 million, kicks in next year and will make Wiggins the highest-paid Canadian athlete ever. "Andrew is among the elite young talents in our league and the sky is the limit for him". Another note from the Wolves: Wiggins is already sixth on the franchise's all-time scoring list with 4,995 points. Wiggins, still just 22 years old, has had his critics dating all the way back to his one season in Lawrence, Kansas, and carried over to his National Basketball Association days with the Wolves.

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"This is where I want to be", Wiggins said at a news conference to officially announce his signing. "I love it here. The fans and organization have supported me from my first day here in Minnesota", Wiggins said in a statement.

Wiggins, 22, was selected by the Cavaliers with the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft before being traded to the Timberwolves two months later. "We've got to be better".

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Wiggins will make more almost double that of Tristan Thompson, whose $16.4 million contract ranks second among Canadian NBA players. Towns is entering the third year of his deal that includes a club option for the 2017-18 campaign and a $10.1 million qualifying offer for the season after that.

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