Standing 6’7’’ out of Toronto, Ontario, Andrew Wiggins was born to an Olympic track and field sprinter and former NBA player. So, as you’d expect, he was a notably gifted athlete from an early age. 

Wiggins made good on his potential, eventually getting picked first overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2014 NBA Draft before swiftly being traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves. 

Now, the 29-year-old is in the midst of a contract worth over $100 million and is an NBA champion and he may even be on his way to the Summer Olympics for a medal this year if requirements can be bent a little.

Being such a high-earner and one of the NBA’s greatest Canadian stars, some fans wonder what Andrew Wiggins’ net worth is.

What is Andrew Wiggins Net Worth?

Most estimations pertaining to Andrew Wiggins’ net worth land in the region of $65 million to $90 million. 

The figure seems fair given his career earnings and the more publically accessible reports of his other investments and endorsements. 

Of course, and as is the case with all net worth figures, unless the figure is reported by a leading outlet with access to more information, like Forbes, or comes from Wiggins himself or his accountant, the figure is a rough estimate at best.

This year, while he will earn another $24,330,357 for his play with the Golden State Warriors, it doesn’t look like Wiggins will be adding any championship bonuses to his account, what with the Warriors being out at +5000 in the sport betting to win the title.

How Much is Andrew Wiggins’ NBA Salary?

Signing an extension with the Golden State Warriors in October 2022, Andrew Wiggins secured up to $109 million over a four-year deal, making his NBA salary average out at around $27.25 million per season.

Wiggins has now logged ten seasons of NBA pay, ranging from his initial $5.5 million with the Minnesota Timberwolves in his rookie campaign to the $33.6 million earned in 2022/23. 

These stacks of cash amount to an estimated haul of $195.2 million in NBA earnings for Wiggins, and he’s still got years left on his current deal with the Warriors. 

Throughout that time, Wiggins has become an NBA champion, an NBA All-Star, and was Rookie of the Year, but right now, it’s his first, once-stagnating team that looks to be in the mix for further honours in 2024. 

In the NBA odds, the Timberwolves are at +3000 as dark horses for the NBA Championship, trailing the likes of the Boston Celtics (+200), Denver Nuggets (+300), and Los Angeles Clippers (+550). 

Where Else Does Andrew Wiggins Make His Money?

Being a first-overall pick and top Canadian basketball player, you just know that Andrew Wiggins has had his fair share of top endorsements and investment opportunities. 

Over the years, Wiggins has earned endorsements through collaborations with Peak and Adidas, as well as more recently with BioSteel and Fitbit.

As for investments, Wiggins was part of the collection of NBA stars, which included Kelly Olynyk, who invested in the online real estate marketplace Sundae. 

Naturally, Wiggins has also thrown his hat into the real estate arena first-hand. While playing for the Timberwolves, he purchased a home by Cedar Lake for $1.6 million and flipped it for $1.8 million some five years later. 

In December 2020, Wiggins settled down in his new California surroundings, snapping up a five-bedroom home in Hillsborough that set him back $4,575,000. 

Andrew Wiggins has achieved a great deal in his NBA career and has been paid handsomely for his efforts, possibly bumping his net worth to somewhere in the region of $80 million for now.

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Ben is very much a sports nerd, being obsessed with statistical deep dives and the numbers behind the results and performances.

Top of the agenda are hockey, soccer, and boxing, but there's always time for the NFL, cricket, Formula One, and a bit of mixed martial arts.