Wolves give Wiggin’s $148,000,000

  • Jayhawks got paid this week. Perhaps Self can get copies of the contracts to add to his recruiting materials. I hear there is a clause in the contract that it can be voided if he puts his hands on hips like a woman too many in a season, but that may be a rumor.

  • That gasping sound you hear is poor befuddled el pollo attempting to tell yet one more person that Wigs is not an NBA player…

  • Two Jayhawks getting huge numbers thrown at them back to back days, love it!!!


    I’m BAAAAAAAAAACKKKK. Missed you guys!

  • @HawkInMizery I’m so glad!!!

  • @Crimsonorblue22 :) me too! Ready to get back in the swing of things!

  • To these 2 contracts add the ones of Mason, Selden, Jamari, Ellis, Tarik and Lucas, the 2013-2o14 team will be collecting about one third of $1B…amazing.

  • @HawkInMizery

    Me, too… I’ve got my fingers working out every day and have increased my typing speed and stamina dramatically! My finger vertical leaping height is off-the-charts at 6"! lol

    Hey… welcome back!

  • Ive been thinking about both Joel and Wiggs since they both got max contracts.
    Joel plays with a deep seated fire inside him to be the best on the court at all times. Offense and defense.
    Wiggs, while he can score with the best of them, has disappointed on defense so far as a pro.
    I am wondering how big of a leap Wiggins will take this season now that he has locked up his max deal.
    I am also wondering if the Wolves were wishing they would have taken Joel #1 over all in 2014 instead of Wiggins. I also wonder if Joel will be able to stay on the court long enough to break Wilt Chamberlains 100 point game. I mean, 15 minutes… 22 points, 7 boards, 3 assists. that’s Fire!

  • @Lulufulu

    At this point, and as good as Embiid appears to be, his longevity and health are a huge question mark and the 76rs are taking a big but calculated chance with a contract that apparently has “staying healthy” clauses and I would suspect a hefty insurance policy to back it all up. He could easily end up being one of the better players of all time or the next Greg Oden; perhaps more of a Yao Ming who had a very successful career albeit a short one due to injuries.

  • @drgnslayr hahaha man you’re really ready to get back into it! Happy to be back!

  • Bring it on! ;)

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