A $148 Million Deal Offered To Andrew Wiggins Before The NBA Training Camp Opens

by Mike Lorenz Web Designer, SEO/SMO Expert

There are a lot in store to young promising NBA players in the each franchise and or team that they are in and that is no different to Andrew Wiggins wherein he is offered a proposal from his team Timberwolves. An offer made by the old owner Glen Taylor that will challenge his players to step up his game and offered as well a full length of his contract and or stay in the team. Moreover, everything is already laid to him and Wiggins with no doubt will definitely sign the offer and embrace it. And everything is to take place as well in the weeks’ time as reporter Darren Wolfson is keeping track of the progress.

Andrew Wiggins is a great contributor to the team as he shows great progress in every of his games and last season, this phenomenal player is averaging 23.6 points per game with a 35.7 percent from the arc or the 3 point line. Other than his offense, Wiggins is playing great and solid defense as well, however, he will have a big competition with Jimmy Butler which will be a challenge to him as well.

Playing on the same team and with similar games apparently, Butler and Wiggins will have to compromise and compliment with each other but others see and feel that Butler is better than Wiggins in almost everything. There are a lot of things happening a lot in the Timberwolves and it is not only focused to the team’s powerhouse players but to the bench as well. Andrew Wiggins will have to step up his ‘A’ game and show what really he can do for the team since there are other players that should not be left out in the court as well. Everybody will have to cover up for each other so as to compliment every position that the player will be working with.

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