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Timberwolves sign Canadian rookie Lindell Wigginton

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Timberwolves Sign Canadian Rookie Lindell Wigginton Dartmouth Nova Scotia

The Minnesota Timberwolves have signed Canadian rookie guard Lindell Wigginton to an Exhibit 10 deal.

According to the NBA salary cap, an Exhibit 10 is a “contract that may be converted to a two-way contract at the teams option. Exbibit 10 deals can only be used for one-year, non-guaranteed contracts and carry a minimum NBA salary – with a potential bonus of $5,000 to $50, 000.”

All to say that Wigginton’s contract is non-guaranteed and he will have to work his tail off at training camp with hopes of potentially translating to a two-way contract.

Wigginton (Dartmouth, NS) went undrafted after spending two years at Iowa State – averaging 15.3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game — while holding shooting averages of 41% from the floor and a healthy 39% three-point shooting clip.

The 6’2″, 189-pound Canadian guard signed with the Toronto Raptors for the 2019 Las Vegas NBA Summer League — averaging 7.4 points in 15 minutes in five appearances and had a solid outing against the Philadelphia 76ers and former Cyclones teammate Marial Shayok — with a 26-point, 3 assist effort.

The signing brings the Timberwolves training camp roster to 20 which also features former No. 1 pick Andrew Wiggins.

Wigginton becomes the 23rd Canadian basketball player currently signed to a NBA contract.

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