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The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially signed Rookie Andrew Wiggins to a contract on Thursday. With the signing of this contract, Wiggins cannot be trade for 30 days now. Per ESPN:
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Wiggins has been involved in trade discussions between the Cavs and Minnesota Timberwolves as part of a deal that would send Kevin Love to Cleveland. Because of league rules on rookie contracts, such a deal now cannot be completed for 30 days. Wiggins, who signed a four-year deal, will have a starting salary of $5.5 million after the Cavs gave him the allowed 20 percent premium on the rookie scale, sources said.
This 30-day window now leaves open the possibility of another team like the Chicago Bulls or the Golden State Warriors to step up and trade for Kevin Love
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5 Comments
dumb comment johhny, they had to sign him first.
Reply28 months
Over-rated *clap clap, clap clap clap*
Reply28 months
He will be traded next month, this doesn't prevent that from happening.
Reply28 months
Dumb decision, should have traded him for Love
Reply29 months
He will be forgotten before I finish writing this....Overrated.
Reply29 months
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